I haven't seen any G-shock with user configurable menus order or with alti/baro lock feature.
Is it technically impossible (1) or they are too lazy (2) ?
The first possibility is not convincing because the alti/baro lock is present in watches from other manufacturers (you know who).
And the menus order, I hope I could change the menus when the "mode" button is pressed, for example I want to enter stopwatch screen right after the main screen without having to press the same button for several times.
We are often talking about $300, $500 or even $1000 G-shock, but none of them has those basic features. A sub-$100 Casio scientific calculator can do ultra complex math operations, draw 3D vector illustrations....