Read this article today about Bremont's business outlook.
It suggests a manufacture movement is very close, and some other interesting fiscal issues.
I'll admit that I really like a lot of what Bremont does tech and design-wise. But for the price, I'd really like to be able to say that mine has an in-house movement. Like Tudor and IWC over the past few years, some level of anti-magnetism (use of silicon instead of a Faraday cage) as well as a power reserve over 70 hours should be part of the design. With that threshold met, I can see me picking up my second MBII, or maybe even the new Ministry of Defense 3 hander. I doubt an in-house chrono is part of the plan any time soon, but the Arrow is another model that I find attractive.
I just hope that with a manufacture movement, they don't fool themselves into thinking that a price increase is justified.