After not wearing a watch for over 10 years I bought a Casio Waveceptor earlier this year and a MTG-900 and G-511 not long after that. I got into Seiko automatics for a while and bought an Orange Monster and a blue military style auto, neither of which I've worn in over 6 months, before developing an intense interest in Soviet era watches.
Now I own over 80 Soviet era watches and came to the realization the only watch I ever wore was my DW5600E mod. I'm hard on watches and prone to bumping them against the door jam when I walk through, something a G-Shock can take in stride but may destroy a vintage watch or its crystal, so I was almost afraid to wear them for fear of breaking them. The only time I ever wore them was on special occasions and they spent 99.9% of the time in the box (some I've never worn), so I decided to go back to what brought me to the dance and something I would actually get some use out of. G-Shocks.
I recently purchased a new GW-1500A and a GW-M5610 (which I really like) and have a pre-owned G-7900MS-3 I picked up last night on the bay incoming. I checked out the review of it here before pulling the trigger, and got it for under $50, and hope I like it as much as everyone else seems to like theirs.
I plan on getting a Mudman next, and a GW3500B-1A too once the Christmas rush is over, but it's nothing but G's for me from now on.