Wouldn't be worth the effort. The GD is a real candyapple. But I think since Casio loves Burning Red, it's just a matter of time before we see a Burning Red GD-100.so Alan, i was thinking of a really cool idea tonight that i may try soon; grab the candy apple red band/bezel (or hell, just buy the thing as is) and then put a solid black gd-100-1b negative face in it, and bam, you have a Burning Red GD-100! my only concern is that i would want to turn the "gshock" and "protection" black or white instead of the multicolor business thats on there. does anyone know a good way to remove letter coloring without removing any color from a glossy g's coat, or can you just paint over/fill in the letters? are they deep enough to just be filled over with nail polish? i think this would look REALLY cool once done.
*edit: since the buttons come with whatever the face is, it would have black buttons also, so literally the only thing stopping it from being a straight up burning red mod is the gshock and protection letters.
nah, wrong way around, you don't switch the faceplate out, you just take the bezel and band off, switch those, and it's the same as switching the face without having to take apart the case. i would just take the whole case from a GD-100-1B negative face, and put a bezel/band from this one on it. voila, burning red. hardly any trouble. just the colored gshock and protection words to mod after that.Wouldn't quite look right, either. The faceplate has orange red a green in it. I wanted to swap the face plate from my GD100 and GD100HC, but I can't figure anyway to get it out without damaging anything. They don't just come right out like on a 6900 or older models.