My first impressions are this piece looks like peak vintage down to the bezel that's engineered specifically to age quickly (which in a normal context would typically be considered a flaw, no?). But it's perhaps a year or two too late to catch the crest of the vintage trend. There are so many lesser brands or even microbrands putting out really excellent vintage or vintage-inspired dive watches these days for a fraction of the price of what Omega is asking for this that I can't get too excited about it. And I'm a person who adores the vintage look on a diver. But I don't see why I would choose this over the many, many, many vintage- and heritage-inspired pieces available in the $500-2000 range.