First what you said the your previous post...spot on 100% !!!
I appreciate various elements of the Ferrier and Moser designs beyond their beautiful movements. I know there are some here who like to romanticize about a single watch makers possibly making nearly every aspect of the watch. For some reason, I can appreciate that idea more with a very talented artisan making a bespoke suit or shoes. With mechanical objects not as much. Enzo Ferrari didn't make the engines or any other parts in the cars bearing his name, neither did Hans Wilsdorf, and anything made by Jean Marc Vacheron, Jules Audemars,
Antoni Patek or their descendants would have been produced long before I was born. Even if they had a policy of one watchmaker making nearly an entire watch himself...it wouldn't make much difference in my decision process...but I still get it if people like that idea. As I mentioned earlier I like various elements of the watches from Ferrier and Moser but generally when I look at their pieces as a whole and I consider my other options for the same money...I just can't see myself purchasing a Ferrier or Moser. Great watches, but in that price range competition is quite strong.