The way I see it, you don't have any duds in that group, WHATSOEVER, Nuke. All winners. And of course we are here to enable.
So if you are strictly prioritizing the order of purchase, I'd put the Rolex last based on the fact you already have a Speedy. BLNR has to be considered strictly sporty, although somebody out there is wearing one with a suit, sure as I am typing this.
Both of the Genta watches are true "crossovers" IMO, quite versatile in their own ways....and especially since you've described your workplace as more casual....either the RO or Nautilus should be appropriate.
But I guess if you think about it, the Royal Oak ticks off two boxes there, since you don't really desire another AP....so yeah, probably get that one first. Royal Oak it is!
And don't wait around. Your future kids are hella-expensive LOL.
FWIW, after re-reading, I also interpret your words and subsequent post to mean that you might rather have a different/dressier Patek eventually.
Yes, I think you and the others are right about the BLNR. It really is a sporty choice, while the Genta pieces can definitely traverse the realms of work and play. I hear the future children are super expensive, and I seriously doubt I will be in a position to buy a fancy watch again for quite some time .
And since I am laying it on the table, ideally I would like a watch from each of the big three. The way that I envision it is a 3-hander from VC (one of the quirky ones), a chrono or annual calendar (or a day / month counter) from PP, and a RO from AP. I just keep on seeing Frills' and NS's (I think it is NS, if my memory serves me correctly) with their 5711s, and it is just such a purdy watch. Of course, this is ALL aspirational, and probably very unlikely.