I am intrigued by this watch. 18.104.22.168.01.001 is the model found here. It's the 39.5mm version of the ceramic PO although there are some slight differences between this one and the 44mm (crown, HEV and maybe others that I'm not aware of). Listed in the "women's" section of the Omega website, my arms are hairy enough to pull it off. LOL I hope. Photo courtesy of Omega. I'm kind of stuck on the price. Not many (none right now that I can find) available for sale used at a decent price, and new they are quite dear at $10,200 US MSRP which, to me, is a staggering premium over the "regular" PO. All of that, I'm sure, is due to ceramics and, of course, marketing. They do it because they can. I went to my local AD at lunch and gazed at the 46mm (OMG) PO GMT and put on the 43mm Seamaster and I really do like the ceramic case, but they are both too big. I'm going to stick with the 39mm if I get it. I've been paring down the collection lately, getting rid of watches that I don't wear. I find that the lower tier and/or microbrands are not doing it for me. The fit and finish, styling and just plain ole' quality just isn't what I'm used to and have come to expect. I've been spoiled by Omega and that other Swiss watch company. Forgot the name. Starts with an R. But I'm having a bit of a psychological barrier on the price of this watch. Even at grey market prices, they are not inexpensive. But, if I compare it to something like the Submariner, it's a bargain. Is that the proper way to rationalize it? And yes, I have the funds, I won't have to sell a kidney or sacrifice a child's education (although I'd be willing to, ungrateful little snots). I tend to be a bit of a flipper, tiring of whatever it is that I have and wanting something different, so getting a decent discount upfront is important, since I'm very likely going to be selling it as a used watch in the near future. Thoughts, anyone?