I have yet to see a way to make a chronograph movement with a too-large case and dial look good. No matter how how they try to disguise it, it just doesn't work.
Not that there's anything wrong with owls.
Well a broad collection doesn't necessarily have anything to do with satisfying that desire to kop. One can have a lot of watches that are nice, but not necessarily items that impact one strongly enough to keep one from wanting to buy new pieces. I think I have about the same number of watches as you (although some different brands/models) and none made quite the same impression on me in terms of stopping the kopping. I like the 15400, and for some it is the perfect watch, but for me although it has AP quality and workmanship it wasn't the right choice. I'm not sure that if I had chosen it, that it would have satisfied me on the same level as my own choice.
I found that very few watches unless you get into very complicated watches offer better workmanship, quality, or versatility and hence I felt little desire to make other purchases for quite a while.
Wishing you luck finding it my friend.
Those DJs have too much stretch in the bracelets for my taste. As for OQs, its was probably the most over engineered and well built Rolex in its day, even with a quartz movement. It had advances that took decades to make it into Daytonas, Subs and GMTs. It was the first steel Rolex to have a sapphire synthetic crystal, the first steel Rolex to use solid links for its bracelets, it was more antimagnetic than a Milgauss , and it even those it was a quartz it used an 11 jewel movement IIRC it was water resistant to 100m when most were water resistant to 50m. No watch can be everything to everyone. So quartz clearly won't be for everyone. However just for comparison sake when you look at these movements, one can see the Rolex quartz movement isn't what you find in average to inexpensive quartz watches.
Both the Lamy 2000 and the Speedy are on my wish list. That Visconti ain't too shabby either!
@BostonHedonist How do you like the Lamy 2000? I'm currently using a Lamy Safari and Pilot Metropolitan. There's so much choice that becomes available when you're ready to drop 100-200$ on a FP!
EDIT* just noticed it's not a FP but a ballpoint.