What features are "must have" or "non-factors" for you? I know there's only one feature -- lume -- that I pretty consistently don't care about at all. Conversely, aesthetics always matter to me. All the rest fall somewhere between those two extremes.
When one buys dive and military type watches one pretty well expects high performing lume. Of course, there are many watches that have the look and label of "dive watch," for example, but that aren't really meant to serve in a professional capacity as such. And, of course there are plenty of watches that are dress watches that make no effort at all to be visible without light. Mostly, I don't care too much if my watches glow well or not. About the only time it matters -- because there is no light source -- to me is when I go backpacking. Even then, it' snot that big a concern for if I'm waking at night, I'll have a headlamp on anyway, but sleeping in the tent in the cold, I may not be too keen on sticking my arm/head outside my sleeping bag. So for me, lume is one of those features that's squarely in the "take it or leave it category.
In contrast, attention to detail in execution, ergonomics and aesthetics matter a lot to me. Regardless of the price point, I'm pretty picky that way.
As for the movement factor, sometimes I care and sometimes I don't, especially if I don't have any concern that whatever guts are there will work without too much "babying" from me as goes just wearing the watch in the course of typical, non-athletic activities. One the matter of those intangible qualities, pedigree and the like, I more often than not consider them a bonus rather than a "must have" attribute. Once in a while, I give a damn, and on those occasions, I will choose a storied pedigree piece over one that was "born yesterday."
All the best.