We are in agreement on all counts. Again, quality asserts itself the higher up the price scale you go until it is all but impossible to take it any/much further so, given that, the Ginault is about as perfect as you can get.. I just purchased one and I have NEVER felt a bezel action like it----- It is that good and all but impossible to articulate its highly accurate smoothness----not only the action but virtually every facet about the watch. In short, it is as I said ":the Best"!!!So the Steeldive SD1953 is less than $90, and the Ginault is over $1000. That is a major price jump, and you leapt right over the ~$500 Steinharts. To some extent, you get what you pay for, but each price jump rewards you with smaller improvements (diminishing returns). Is a Steinhart twice as good as a Cronos? Is the Ginault ten times as good as the Steeldive?