I had a Black Bay Red way back when that was the only Black Bay there was. High quality build. The bracelet especially was as good as Rolex to the naked eye. Now with Tudor, you don't get the 916L grade of stainless steel, if you care about that.
Sold it. Why? I hate their crowns -- just a personal opinion, but it is a core, defining design element of the brand. Too bad, because I love a lot of the other design elements. Other thing I didn't care for was the thickness of the case, especially given that back then it was a modified ETA under the hood. But, again, nowadays, with their in-house movements, they have really stepped it up.
That heritage chrono looks cool -- I always thought so. It's not very versatile, but that seems like your thing. i *think* those still have the modified Vajoux movement that they had when they were first released. So, again, a high quality piece -- but the newer chronos with the in-house movement present an even higher quality. (Again, if you are into that sort of thing.)
So my opinion? Five years ago, it was a good quality brand. Now, with their new movements and models, it is an even higher quality brand? As good as their Rolex cousins? No Rolex fanboy here -- I hate 75% of their models. But their movements, steel, build is a few notches about Tudor.
If you're one of those people who doesn't give a s**t about movements and steel and branding, then wear what you dig.