I first found out about this watch on BrendanSilent's thread Stealthiest factory G-Shock ever? and thought I'd give it a shot as it looked pretty amazing. This is an odd watch, it is one of the most blatantly non-symmetrical (besides the frog) yet noone loves it or hates it. There have been some questions about it and thought I would clear them up. First and foremost is size.
This is one of the "XL" family so dimensions are very similar (if not exact) to the GA/GD 100/110/120/150/200/201/etc. At the same time I thought a group photo to other G's could be useful.
This shot isn't meant to be a great detail shot, more of the outlines of the bezel of various G's. From left to right: G6900kg-3, GDF100BTN, GA110RG-7, GDF100-4, Riseman (G9200GY), GDF100BB, and a square (G5600KG-3). I wear my watches on my left wrist, so the nub doesn't bug me at all. I have a 7.5" wrist and love the XL's in general, I think they hit a sweet spot for me of price vs fun vs function. And yes, I like negative displays. If you have not owned one before, I still suggest you see AT LEAST ONE G-Shock Negative display in person before you purchase! OK, that 20 page thread diverted let's continue on ;-)