I saw a lot of great stuff, but a few really popped in my eye. No pics, because I'm too dumb to remember to do so, but I thought I'd post my observations.
My brother and I have different tastes, but I really liked the PAM Radomir 183 for him. He also tried in a WG Daytona on a leather strap that was quite striking.
I tried on the new Seamaster 300 Vintage in SS and Titanium at the Omega Boutique. Really like what they've done with this, especially by not including the date. I think the SS model is a strong option for people considering a No Date Sub. About a thousand bucks cheaper with a great movement.
I've bought a couple watches from Timeless Luxury, but had only talked to the guys there on the phone, so it was nice to go into the showroom. Had a chance to see one of the new GP Traveler GMTs. It's really big and didn't have the feel I was expecting for a $15k retail watch. I know it's very we made, but didn't speak to me at all in the flesh.
I'm very interested in a dual time zone/GMT watch at the moment so I mainly focused on those. Next up was the Nomos Weltzeit. Really enjoyed this one in the flesh and even though it's the same diameter of my Ahoi, it definitely looks and wears sleeker. Like the fact that it lacks a date and that its understated enough that it wouldn't look out of place when dressed up. I could own this and my Ahoi Atlantik and probably be very happy.
Then he showed me a preowned JLC Master Hometime (older version). In general my preferences are towards the understated side and while I love the implementation of the dual time zone on this watch, I feel it needs more contrast. However, I like the case shape and wouldn't be opposed to a different JLC in that form factor at some point.
Finally though, the most impressive watch I handled was a Grand Seiko Spring Drive GMT, the SBGE001. The sapphire bezel is really cool in person as is the whole watch. I really like the lume of the bezel (and on the rest of the watch). The quality of the polishing of the hands and indexes is obvious to the naked eye. I'd never seen one in person before, but I've been reading up on it today and very few of the pictures I've seen on the web impress me the way it did in person. It was a preowned piece and I was offered a price that is very reasonable and would represent very little risk if it didn't end up working out for some reason. I think I may have to pick it up.