You're welcome. If you have a tritium preference for a more "Vintage look" I get that. I'm big into originality and a nice vintage dial can be very beautiful. However, from a practicality standpoint, most Tritium dials will offer little to no lum at this point in their lives (if that matters to you). I think the longest one of my tritium dials continued to glow at night was about 20 years old. It wasn't super bright, but still quite visible at night or in a dark room. If tritium is still visible, on a dial you will largely need your eyes to adjust to the darkness before you see anything. They don't recharge with exposure to light like superluminova or other lums (once its lum is dead, it stays that way). I have some vintage watches with tritium dials and some newer pieces with luminova & superluminova, and I like all of them. Good luck with whatever you decide.
Yes, definite preference for tritium. Looking for something that will develop a nice patina, and not concerned with (or expecting) any remaining lume. At the price point, if I wanted good lume I'd grab a barely used ceramic no date sub and get the benefit of a few years of remaining original warranty and the glidelock bracelet.