class as Breitling, Panerai, Hublot, and Omega. But more like a Rolex.
My disappointment regarding the new MC is that Tudor is further departing form the technical aspects of Rolex and is becoming like the brands aforementioned.
If Rolex is going to use an outsourced caliber, at least pick an ETA that has a more advanced balance system for more accurate timekeeping. For what the new MC is offering us, it is a big-ticket item for what one is getting.
B my post was intended to offer the flip side view of the new MC. But I am glad you love your MC. The case size and design I guess is a preference issue.