I'm what I'd term an "opportunistic buyer" that does a lot of research up front on certain references / models, but doesn't actually plan to buy one any time soon. Then one pops up and BAM, my wallet is way lighter and I'm kinda sitting there marveling at my own impulsiveness. But hey, when you see one worth springing for, you have to go for it. Took delivery yesterday of an absolutely pristine 105.012-66CB with original purchase papers. The watch was purchased by a lieutenant in the medical corps of the US Navy and was owned by nobody else over the course of it's life. As it was explained to me, it actually just sat in a drawer for the last 40 years or so! Normally I'm not a huge fan of engravings, as they tend to detract from the purity of the watch, but I plan to leave this one alone due to its tasteful execution and its tie to the military. Enjoy a few pics, and happy hunting all!