Hello everyone. I’ve been a collector of timepieces for a while. Being extremely young (big juxtaposition there) I am perpetually broke. So I want to get the most watch for my money Enter vintage timepieces. You tell me I can get an in-house movement from a big brand all for change in the pocket? Sign-me in! After years of playing with longines and Hamilton I finally bit the bullet on an omega. It is an omega Geneve 136.041. But being so frantic on all the actions I was browsing, I completely overlooked that the case had been changed to one of a seamaster 14390-8sc. I do not intent to return it, as it was my own mistake, and I do like the watch. Worst case scenario I’ll resale it later, obviously stating the changes and cut my loses. what do you guys think of it? Is there something I don’t know? The Speedmaster Geneve’s I’ve seen don’t have this configuration. How much of an idiot am I? This rounded up to 300 bucks even, I know, I overpaid for it a lot. But in my head at the time this was a fairly clean omega, and prices are rising. You live and learn I guess, Thanks for the acceptance into the forum, big respect to everyone!