Recently I asked the question on why 2 similar looking watches (grand seiko SBGR051 vs seiko SARB) could command such different prices, after a great discussion on the thread one of the main reasons was the finish of the more expensive watch. I have heard this a lot, that brands who command the highest prices do so primarily because of the finish of their watches (for example JLC vs PP or GO vs ALS). For me, it's all about the movement, I'd pay more for a accurate watch that has useful complications and a clear case back for me to ogle through, am I wrong? Do the knowledgable contributors of WUS believe that the finish of a watch is it's most valuable quality (i.e. worth paying the extra for) or are they looking for something else when parting with their hard earned cash; and of course post pics of examples of watches that display the quality you seek. I know most will say its a combination of things so to pin you down I've included a poll just for fun.