Hi all - I just purchased a new Vacheron Constantin Third-Generation Overseas, 4500V, blue dial, less than two weeks ago. I absolutely love the watch so far, especially the quick strap change option which I'm using a lot more than I expected. Yesterday, I unwisely examined the watch extremely up close under very harsh lighting (not with magnification, but very close) and found a slight imperfection on the second hand - not sure if it's a piece of dust or a micro-scratch or what. It's not noticeable under normal use conditions - it's one of those things you have to see under the right angle under the right light, if you're looking for it (though kicking myself for looking in the first place). Wanted to get an opinion on whether to take it to the VC boutique to get it fixed now, or whether to live with it until service. My concern with getting it fixed now is introducing a bigger issue, like dust on the dial, smudge on the crystal, scratches on the case, etc. - or with a brand like VC, would that be less likely to happen? TLDR: Very minor imperfection on second hand not noticeable unless you are looking for it; fix now or wait until service? Thanks!