Hi everyone, I am young and new to vintage watch collecting. I found this large-face vintage Omega and from research on this site and on my own, I know it is a Frankenstein watch. The movement has newer parts with exception of the balance wheel. However, everything other than that seems to be original. I have read some differing opinions in this forum on Frankenstein watches. Some people have said they're only worth 50usd (next to nothing) no matter what, while others say that they are worth the sum of the original parts. Based on what I have read here, the sum of the original parts method would peg this watch at around 150-200usd (original dial, hands, case, and case-back). Is it bad etiquette in the watch community to buy Frankenstein watches? Is my estimation a fair price? I don't plan on selling it again so resale value doesn't really matter for me. Also, is it possible to one day find an original whole movement for this watch piece (as in a complete movement from the similar time period)? If I were to put this movement in this watch, would it still be considered a Frankenstein watch? I know the whole post may seem like an oxymoron but I am eager to get into the vintage game and the realistic time horizon for when I can comfortably afford a 500usd+ watch is in 5 years. Thank you for your time.