Rolex do seem to be having some fun with the Tudor line. Being in the UK we don't get to see the current models, but a friend recently bought back the latest catalogue from KL for me. The Heritage series is interesting with the well known Monte Carlo reissue and the less seen Advisor. Some of the classic Oysters are still evident and the use of the Tudor Rose on some of the ladies watches is cool. Tudor is undoubtably a niche market, but so is vintage Rolex in context to the main Rolex brand and maybe they are testing the reissues through Tudor for now.
Whatever, if a BC reissue is released it'll defo be on my wrist this year
Thanks forthe heads up P!