Totally agree on the Bulova, and Stetson, the Omega, it could be a different dial, as the original is so distressed.Just looking at the samples of redials offered on their website indicates that their attention to detail is not that great. The first watch is a 23 jewel Bulova. The 23 is thicker on the redial and the font used doesn't look correct. The redial says chronometer where it originally did not. The cross hairs on the sub dial do not match the original. The second watch is an Accurist. The comparison indicates that the redial uses a simple sans serif font where the remnants on the original appear to be more flamboyant. You can also see that the indices markers have been polished and rounded. The sharp ridge lines are gone on the redial. The third sample, the Stetson also uses the wrong font. They did a nice job with the dots of luminescent paint though. The fourth sample presented is an Omega Seamaster. You can't compare the before and after for font accuracy. The markers have been polished and rounded. The luminescent pant dots look swell.
Presentation of samples is one time that a company has complete control of their products message. They chose these specific watch faces to be representative of their craftsmanship. Each dial is not complicated. No multi-colored chronograph dials are shown. That omission is noteworthy.