Like many of your customers, I have become, somehow addicted to your craftsmanship.
When your Schauer Toubillion came on the market a couple of years ago, I looked at it everyday, dreaming. But I was struggling with my last business at the time and couldn't pony up the 20 large(ended up working out sweet, hence the Piccadilly and Prodiver). I can say with confidence, that your work rivals (and in may cases exceeds) other "haute" brands. So what about some higher complications for people like me who have who have come to cherish (and mark the most important times in their lives with your watches), but find their taste and finances heading North. Also I already own too many chronographs, although you can bet I went to Colin looking for the sweet #14 despite its redundancy in my collection.
That said, my dream Schauer has not yet been created - a perpetual calendar with moonphase (due primarily to biz superstition- the moon not the date)with a Benzinger twist .
I like the integrity of your operation(having been there firsthand) , and also as a marketing professional see through a lot of the hoopla of other brands, hense the unfalible intergrity.
I know the sources are the same for a majority of brands - Claret, BMB etc. And I know you call a spade a spade.
In a way it almost feels like cheating on you, building a relationship with Peter Speak-Marin, although his work is SWEET, my long term goal is for my children's children to wear your #1s.
I am in no rush - in fact I really enjoy long term goals - so even if it takes 5 years, I am willing to wait, because the end result could not disappoint if it bears your name.