CHRK 33: congratulations! Have not seen that one in person yet.
I'm looking more than listening, frilly
Great article ... after this thread with our friend dino and TC's showcasing I have serious Royal Oak fever.
During my summer tyre-kicking I came to the same conclusions - the 41mm case is OK, but 39mm is perfect. And for price comparisons, a mint 39mm ROC costs about $12k used. As even a used Daytona is still $10k-plus if mint with box and papers, then the ROC looks like a real winner. But new versus new, I think Rob's probably right: the ROC might still be nicer, but two-Daytonas-nice is debatable.
@HRoi as I understand it, you don't: how would you turn a hexagonal screw in a hexagonal hole? Although they are cut across like screw heads, I think the hexagonal piece you see is actually the nut, into which a normal round screw turns from the inside of the case.