Hey guys and gals, thinking about consolidating my collection a bit more and turning a couple pieces into one everyday watch. I've been thinking about the IWC Pilot Chrono 3717 (42mm with 21mm lugs) and 3777 (current model, I believe; 43mm and 20mm lugs), both which are nearly 15mm thick. Also, the Sinn 103, which is 41mm with 20mm lugs, and even thicker, if I recall correctly. I'm also thinking about a version of the Tudor Heritage Chronograph, most likely the blue or gray, which is 42mm with 22mm lugs, and, in this company, a svelte 13mm or so thick.
What else should I be looking at? I'm not necessarily looking for cheaper alternatives, though I wouldn't be mad at money in my pocket, but I'm mainly looking for similar quality. The IWC is hardly a unique design--you could choke a dozen donkeys on flieger chronographs--so I have to imagine that IWC's quality is what makes it worth the price. But I also hear that Sinn punches above its weight class. And I've never owned a German watch.
Basically, what I'm looking for is 40-42mm, preferably 20mm lugs, 14mm thick or less would be nice, available for under $4,000 used or new. It'd be cool to have a brand I don't have (I already have two Tudors, but no IWC or Sinn).
What I'm looking at now:
Thanks in advance!
EDIT: I should mention that it doesn't have to be a chrono, it's just that I generally prefer chronos and divers, and I'm not looking for another diver right now. Between my Submariner and Black Bay, I'm good. Don't want another at this time.
Also, of the watches I'm currently considering, which would you choose and for what reason?