Quick question. I recently purchased a GW-9300 Mudman for my father as part of a retirement present. He has always worn cheap $10 wall mart digitals, and I thought it would be nice to get him something a little nicer with solar/atomic capabilities and that can handle anything. My father is 6'2, 220 lbs and is 62 years of age. My question is: Do you think the smaller digits and busier layout of the gw9300 will be too difficult for him to see or read? I'm not even sure if he wears reading glasses to be honest, but I know that reading small print becomes an issue starting in your late 40's. The new mudman is also a really big, purpose driven watch, and I'm not sure if it's overkill for a man, who may do the occasional camping trip, but will mostly be taking it easy in retirement. I'm wondering if I would have been better off getting him something like a pathfinder 1300/1500 series with bigger digits and slightly smaller profile. What do you think? I'd really appreciate some feedback on this one. Especially those who are in that age bracket. Thanks..