this. Belligero - that is a real beauty.
axelman - i like your dornbluth. classy piece.
Handsome watch. Fraying or pitting would be very bothersome to me. I'd defintitely google it and then contact the company/service center.
I've heard about those, and they're supposed to be rather nice.
Your Pam looks great by the way.
Depends on budget and what you are looking for. The Pepi GMT is probably one of the easiest to use and most reasonably priced GMT/second timezone watches.
If you are looking for something more upscale, AP's Royal Oak Dual Time is a very handsome watch (one of the guys here on SF has one), Vacheron makes a similar watch (they both use the same JLC base) the Overseas Dual Time, and Patek makes an Aquanaut with a dual timezone function. There are also some JLCs that are a bit less expensive that will give you a second time zone. If you are looking for something much sportier and chunkier, Panerai has made some GMT watches in the past...although they would not be my first choice for a Panerai or a GMT watch.
I agree with Dino, the Rolex GMT is one of the easiest to use. If you have this, why get another? I'd rather swap out the bezels for versatility OR step it up and get a worldtimer like the PP.
Otherwise get a Reverso Duo which puts a diff spin on the whole dual time thing
what about JLC home time, or ALS dual time or NOMOS?
EDIT: Belligero beat me to the punch and its a good piece of advice but the pic above is of the prototype. The real thing is more beige with a hint of red and blue. I've had this watch on my short list before but I dont know how I feel about the whole "heimat" thing