Just wanted to share a note that I'm rather done with this silliness of flipping in and out of watches; not that anyone would care. In all earnest, I have been an enthusiast since I was a kid but this collecting bug is rather stupid if I may put it like that. Of course, I enjoy variety in many things though I've realized that I was always looking for a quality watch that I could enjoy and keep- perhaps give it to my kid if interested. Other than that, personally I see no objective sense in getting a watch, wearing it for some time, looking for other pieces, buying some, selling others, and repeating; it felt like I was pinned down onto particularities that had little to do with enjoying myself. Excuse me, but it felt like a circlejerk.
My intention was to find a good automatic that I can wear all the time. I like quartz to be honest, and though I recently tried a C. Ward diver--new to divers, never owned one--it didn't work; it was heavy like a hunk of metal on my wrist- that's uncomfortable. So I kept my Citizen eco drive which is 35mm-ish at 8mm thick and currently resides under a lamp in a room. It all came together for me when I found the Longines Flagship automatic L4.8188.8.131.52: 38mm or so, 8mm thick, simple, elegant, understated yet works with anything, and the more scratches and dents I put on it, the more I like it. Oddly enough, I'm treating it like I would a beater, and I couldn't care less which feels good.
I want to thank this community of people because many here were so helpful in my search for a lifetime piece that interested me. That's it; I'm done. Longines can take care of the rest for this one.
I wish everyone great times and good health. God Bless.