Hayward, Thank's for the disclaimer about taking your post with a grain of salt, I had to. I often agree with your assessments of watches, but here...I simply can't. If you are a newbie I can more easily understand the fascination and being drawn in by Omega's marketing, "This is the watch that passed their tests and went to the moon." Yes, that may be true if you have one with Cal 321, but the current watch is simply not the same as what went to the moon. So relying on the NASA test is like saying, you wanted the car with the highest top speed in the world so you bought a current Jaguar XK8...because according to a 1964 edition of Road & Track magazine they said an E-Type Jag was one of the fastest cars in the world. It simply makes no sense. I completely, understand the historic importance of the Omega Speedy Pro, and if you like the history behind the model, I can appreciate and understand that. But a roughly 45 year old test to justify the modern version doesn't make much sense. As for the Daytona being an old man's watch and the Speedy being more exciting to operate, I've used both. While I think both are great watches, I didn't find the Daytona to be for old people, nor did I find the Speedy Pro more exciting to use. If you are using your Speedy Pro and finding it more exciting, what are you doing with it? I hope they explained to you it gets strapped to your wrist and not to your...never mind...have your fun. Both are great watches and owners need not justify choosing one over the other. Each is a great choice...although having both is probably even better! +1 Spot on ! I like the use of titanium for a watch. Its definitely a nice change from steel, and its great on watches with large cases and what would normally be very heavy bracelets. However, that design just doesn't call to me. Sounds, like maybe it doesn't work for you either, but at least you found a use for it. Who knows, maybe at some point it will get sold or traded for something that will get actual wrist time. Very accurate and interesting statement (+ disclaimer). Doesn't appear that the amber 80 proof liquid affected your writing skills.