@RogerP That's a beauty - 38mm? Who has the one with small seconds?
Large cracked head, small vintage Omega. (Click to show)
Nothing manly about falling on your backside. But just for you, and apposite to the above:
I feel your pain...so much love, so little action.
@Belligero I like the 39mm Explorer. So there. But I wish they'd gone 39 instead of 41 for the DJII - and a no-date Oyster in 38-39mm would be lovely. If I'm honest, I wish it was just slightly bigger but the 36mm is a shade larger than my current daily dress watch, and for me this is the most beautiful of all the 2014 Rolex models:
(Pic is from watchtime.com - the first "live" pic I've seen of this model. As usual, so much more appealing than the official pictures)