Good morning! It seems that I have inadvertently become an Omega fan boy so this seemed an appropriate place to come and procrastinate every now and again! I am from the UK and I have been into watches for about 5 years or so now. My collection has grown and shrunk a few times and I have owned Bremont, Nomos, Seiko, Christopher Ward, Longines and currently own a Rolex Sub 114060 (more on that later) a Speedy (graduation present in 2015) and just added a rather lovely 2254 from 2006. My 114060 was added close to a year ago and while it is lovely I just haven't got on with it. It wears a little large for me, I like a date and it is just quite heavy with a full days wear. It is too expensive to own if I don't love it so pretty soon that will be for the chop. Which will leave me with these two beauties: I am looking to really pare down my collection, mainly as I just don't want to spend money on these things anymore! Despite me enjoying them so much, there are just more important things to concentrate on financially! These two potentially can cover me for all bases and do it really well. I rarely wear a suit but when I do I think the speedy on a nice black alligator strap will do nicely. When I sell the sub however, the temptation may be too great to add just one more, maybe something with some colour. I have always liked the previous gen SMPc, what do you guys think of that as a trio? Anything else you would look at? Finally, my 2254 has box and papers but no service history, so potenitally unserviced. I took it to a local watchmaker who is Omega certified (Barretts of Tavistock, if anyone knows them?) and he pressure tested it, all good there and I have timed it to about +2.5-3.5 seconds per day. So currently keeping good time. Surprisingly Barretts of Tavistock charge the same to service as Omega SC would, £420 I think, and this would come with a 2 year Omega warranty. So would the local watchmaker give the exact same service as if I sent it direct to Omega, I heard Omega replace a lot of parts included in the price which sounds good to me as I plan to keep this for the long run and want it working as my daily. I am really worried that a overzealous watchmaker may ruin my bezel on the 2254 which is pretty sharp, do Omega have a habit of this on this model? If I am worried about this do you think it wise just to ask for the watch to remain unpolished? Could you ask for a light polish on everything except the bezel? Would you be inclined to go for local or Omega RSC? Any experiences and thoughts much appreciated!