May issue I think. They tore apart the Dark Side of the Moon and the Chronomat Blacksteel.
I actually thought that there'd be very little differences between the two movements but that wasn't the case at all. Additionally, I'd much prefer a black ceramic case which won't chip or scratch over the DLC on the Breitling.
The Omega movement is much better finished and exudes quality. Take off the mainplate on the Breitling and you could almost be looking at a generic Sea-Gull.
I own a few Breitlings but no Omegas. This article has caused me to consider changing that ratio a bit.
Very well written article from the perspective of a senior watchmaker.