I think this is a good price point for one 'solid' watch, as opposed to 3 lower tier watches..
Now If you were talking maybe 10-12k, then you could make the argument about getting 3 solid watches to fit all your needs as opposed to one 'high end' watch..
I think this a problem with just about every "one watch", especially when on a budget. I think you are better off getting 2 watches, or even 3. I guess the question becomes, would you rather have a "nicer" one watch that will be a compromise with certain looks, or would you rather own a few watches that will cover every occasion but compromise on "quality".
As far as Habring2, I don't care for them, so I can't offer an opinion. Dino brings up an excellent point about service down the road, and also about preowned watches.