Decided to get a Hamilton Khaki Field 38mm on a brown strap. Jomashop has them for $369 but if I can I'd like to at least try to support the AD if it does not get ridiculously expensive. The only AD's for Hamilton here in Phoenix that I could find were Jared jewelry stores. I call them to find out if they have one in stock. The saleperson has not a clue about anything related to the watch. He starts laboriously working his way through catalogs polling me about whether what he was finding was the watch I wanted. Eventually I go online myself to provide him the info. He asks me for the reference which I give him and he says he has it. I drive down to the store and it is the 42mm. He gets all indignant because that is the watch for the reference I gave him. I go home and Hamilton shows the same reference # for the 42mm and the 38mm. I ask myself who the expert is anyway - when was the customer supposed to hold the hand of the salesperson in finding their own merchandise? Decide to look at another Jared, but all they want to do is a live chat and I don't want to do the 40-mile round trip without absolutely knowing it is there. This is not the first time I have encountered clueless salespeople at Jared - just the first time someone has gotten indignant at me for me not doing his job properly. Decided the last thing I need to do in life is support a chain like them anyway, so Jomashop just sold a watch almost by default.