I mean... even with the watches I'm used to there are differences... Rolex is so goofy. I have an Essex that sports a Tudor movement and an entirely different and much larger case than the one that sports a Rolex 59 movement. And I have cases that are identical that sport different model numbers. And I have the watches that have the same name on the dial that sport entirely different cases. And ... they are period correct.
Look at the Centregraph - three different models of Centregraph (four if you count the Tudor counterpart). One is rather ordinary, one has a pusher and the third is a self-winding.
How does one keep up?
If the chronograph is more structured than other Rolex watches, I need to stay away from them or I'll be picking up a fake without knowing it.
Speaking of.. .you were going to post a scary fake?