Hello all, I'm new to the forum and this is my first post. I have made a decision that I regret and am looking for some advice. I used to have a lovely 1971 stepped dial 145.022 that also happened to be my birth year. I sold it last year for 2000 GBP (same price that I paid for it a couple of years before). I loved the step dial and patina but I didn't like the fact that the bezel wasn't original and that the hands had been re-lumed. I flipped it to buy a brand new CK2998 LE because I liked the idea of owning a watch from new and because I will never be able to afford an original CK2998. Trouble is, now that I have it I really miss my '71. The CK2998 is an awesome watch but it feels cold - I miss the warmth of hesalite and brown tritium. If I flipped it would I be able to afford another '71 stepped dial, or even stretch to a transitional pre-moon? The transitional would be my ideal watch and a true grail for me. I'd be grateful for any advice and/or sympathy that you can provide. Thanks in advance, Rocket Man.