Yes, but even Frills stated the kind of people wanting PP to make custom watches are shrewd negotiators. They aren't giving PP Carte Blanche with their wallets. Blue dial... Hmmm I was thinking blue dial Reverso? Or maybe a blue dial Datejust as you often lament having sold your last DJ. Beyond those...I'm not sure what is within your sights... But I'm dying to find out! I love the Reverso, but I don't love their MR version. Also as for easily getting your money out of it if you tire of it...maybe but it might not be easy. A friend found out the hard way that the used market for higher end JLCs can be tough. He was selling a nearly new ltd Ed. Master series watch in platinum and more than one place told him they wouldn't even make an offer on it. They said high end preowned JLCs are tough to move and none of their clients are interested in them so they won't buy them. They said, Patek, Lange, and some Rolex, AP, and Cartiers they can move all day . That might not be everywhere, but at least in some markets a pricier JLC may not be as easy as you would think it would be to get your $ out of if one tires of it. Rolex did do a bi-color bezel steel & gold GMT years ago (but not Coke or Pepsi), it was bronze (brown) & yellow often called "Root beer," but it was unpopular when new. Now they have some appeal to collectors. My former local AD hated them. He said they couldn't give them away. But it's been many years since they offered a bi color bezel on a GMT in steel & gold and I'm not sure they would bother to do it again. While bi-color bezels remained in production throughout the production life of the last generation steel GMTs.