So after 6 1/2 years on the forum I've found myself "almost done" (yeah right!)
I've found that I like watches with a case size of 39-41mm & fairly "clean" dials with 2-3hands (my BLNR being an exception obviously). All of the watches fit my lifestyle/wardrobe (I wear a suit, sports jacket, or business casual to work depending on my mood).
All except one fit my wrist very well, that one being the Reverso (given my round wrist). It wore better on the Casa Fagliano strap but much less so on gator. I find that it's not dressy enough on the cordovan strap & as such it has been worn very sparingly over the last several months. As such it'll be leaving my collection to be replaced by either a Cartier Santos or Drive Extra Flat.
Santos: Pros include the design, versatility, & quick strap change mechanism with multiple available leather/gator straps. Cons are that the Large seems slightly too large & the Medium seems too small.
Interested in the non-skeleton dial BTW
That would allow me one more purchase. Frontrunners include the UN Classico with enamel dial (either blue or white dial) & less likely options include a Slim d'Hermes, Bvlgari Octo, GP ceramic Laureato, ceramic IWC, or (very unlikely), A VC FiftySix Annual Calendar)
I'd love to add a GO however I haven't found one that with the correct dimensions/case metal (i.e. either too large, thick, or only available in a precious metal)
Only available in white gold:
Too large at 45mm:
Would love to hear thoughts!