I didn’t realize watch servicing would be so expensive, especially if you do them as often as recommended! Out of curiosity: 1) How many watches are in your collection that you would bother servicing? (For example, I wouldn’t service a G-shock beater). 2) Would you consider yourself someone that keeps below average, average, or above average care of your watches? 3) With 2 in mind, roughly how often do you service a watch and what is your average maintenance cost? Average annual maintenance cost? 3) Let’s say you have 30 mechanical watches and cycle them each day. Standard service frequency might be every 3-5 years, but since you cycle your watches, there’s less wear and tear. How would you decide how often to service your watches? Feel free to tailor this question to your personal collection size. I know these questions might be overly general, but I think the answers would be interesting. I’m trying to calibrate my intended collection size, and think gauging my expected servicing costs would be helpful by gathering data from this forum, which I believe has more thoughtful watch enthusiasts.