Hi folks, I've been browsing different vintage watch forums and websites for a while and am looking for suggestions on my first watch purchase. You seem like a nice helpful group I'm turning 40 in April and have decided to gift myself with a nice watch. I've been thinking about it for a while and after doing some research have really been drawn to the look of different Omega models. I'm a slender guy with a pretty small wrist (about 6.5") so I want to find something that won't look massive on my wrist, and I work in a creative profession so I'm totally open to something a bit different as far as color or design though I'd prefer a non-gold model. I'd love to get one made in 1974 if possible (I found it a bit funny that another thread about 1974 models was just posted) but anything that age or older would be fine. Budget is around $900-1200 US. In looking at different models, it seems like a Seamaster might be a good choice as it looks to be a slightly smaller watch that would fit me well. I also really like the funky look of something like this 1972 de Ville Dynamic but I feel like it might look really huge on me: I'd love to get some suggestions on models to check out or tips on what to look for. Thanks!