Now why exactly must you guys at G-Shock design make the men's watches so large in size- precisely why? If it's fashion, it's not; it's silliness- not trendiness. You've proven that, say, with an AWGM100-1ACR normal-sized designs are capable of being implemented and executed (despite some drawbacks with that unit), and now with the women's line G-MS--say with the MSG-S200-7A--
you've taken an exceptional G-Steel design and applied it only to one segment, whereas the men's GSTS310-1A
looks clownish in size (and that is the slightly smaller version) yet, to me, it is the best G-Shock made thus far. Why not try to tone down the sizing of the GSTS-310, bring it down a notch... or five? It's your best design- at least to me; it's a tough solar watch with good looks but it shouldn't look like this...
It should be thinner, smaller in diameter, yet holding this design. Take the design of the GSTS310-1A and tone down its sizing between the MSG-S200-7A and AWGM100-1ACR (a bit thinner, though). Super-illuminate it light blue/red/or amber, if you can add atomic sync in a slimmer case- do it, add a sapphire crystal if you're in the mood, tag it at $400, and you finally have it.