I’m an Omega guy, but have an interest in a future purchase of a Rolex Submariner too. As I’ve looked into information related to the Submariner, I’m narrowing my focus to the 14060 and 14060M given the pre-1990 versions have risen to values higher than I want to spend. And the current 114060 version is too chunky for my taste. While searching for information, I came across a few related articles in Watchprozine that were interesting (see links below). These discussed potential desirable modern Rolex sport watches in six short parts titled “Identifying future classic Rolex from 1999-2018 era.” I took note of the following and have a question for you at the end. The 14060 “Swiss” only This appears in 1998-1999 during a transition from Tritium dials to Luminova dials to Super Luminova dials. The move to Luminova in 1998/99 (late U-series or A-series serial number) saw the dial reference for Tritium replaced by the word “Swiss” at 6 O’clock. “Swiss Made” followed with the transition to Super Luminova. Here’s the link to the Watchprozine post: https://www.watchprozine.com/rolex/...-only-effect-with-four-examples/10060111/732/ 14060M with a dial version where F used in 1000 ft has a long tail This was found during the transition year from the 2 to 4-liner (2007-2008) and only during the 1st year of 4-liner production. The long F sets it apart from the other 14060Ms. https://www.watchprozine.com/rolex/...-submariner-14060m-the-lgf-dial/10176761/732/ There does not appear to be noticeable price differences on the Submariners between the years of 1990 to 2012 when the 14060 and 14060M were made. Would you focus a purchase toward these subtle dial variations or the earlier Tritium dials of 1990 to 1998 or some other nuance? Are there more important factors that should be considered? Thanks for any opinions and insights you wish to share.