Yeah, I have a Dan Henry 1937 with the VK64 movement and it's just flat out not very good. It's too small to read the 60 minutes correctly and the 24 hour subdial is pretty worthless. The vertical layout with just the minute totalizer and running seconds subdial is better, but it has to vertical, and still has the 60 minutes subdial issue. I don't think I'll ever be getting another watch using one of these movementsAt least it has the proper chronograph layout. Something I've never understood about the mecaquartz movement is the pointless 24-hour hand. Mecaquartz can't count over an hour, instead you get a useless 24-hour hand taking up one of the registers, and because the minute sub-dial is 60-minutes rather than 30, the hash marks are usually so tiny as to make it basically unreadable. Which seems to negate the entire point of a chronograph.