OK, I'm mulling over buying another watch that I don't need and can't afford. And these three are top of my list (largely because Casio don't seem to want to produce a DLC-coated Oceanus; yes, I know that it would be expensive. But I'd so buy one, and hang the expense).
What is there to choose between them? My preference is for the 2000 - I'm not a big fan of combining analogue and digital (you end up relying on one or the other in my experience; rarely do they both work well together), which probably rules out the 2500. Unless someone can persuade me otherwise.
The main choice appears to be between the 2000 and the 3000. Now I know that the 3000 is a lot bigger - but is there any way in which it is better? The dial screams "tough mvt", unlike the 2000, but they are both atomic - what's tough mvt adding to the mix? As far as I can tell from youtube videos, the hands move to their different positions at exactly the same speed, so tough mvt doesn't seem to improve on that aspect.
Advice appreciated. Even if it comes to nothing (probably as a result of SWMBO putting her foot down on this).