Hi! My first post here! :)
I just found this forum searching for info about Casio watches, and started to read threads after threads and searching a bit. A very nice resource indeed!
I was in search of a radio controlled watch, and also one I haven't to worry about breaking. Most G-Shocks are a bit on the "too big" scale for my taste, but then found about the so called Polygon, the thinnest of the G series, and it seems very very nice.
What worry me a bit is the readability: not even mention the reverse model, but the positive one too leave me some doubt. I have the chance to seeing it "in person" just for a few seconds, and I haven't had to time to make up my mind about it. I had a trusty old Casio F-105 with me usually, and that just seems much more readable (maybe it have to do with the number of segments that forms the numbers).
So I was searching for some first hands opinion on it, by some others persons that have one.
Other info about the general feel of it, pro & cons are very welcomed too.