Does anyone here know the particulars of the Panerai / RXW lawsuit? I have a feeling that the suit had to be about the lever lock. Because watches with the basic design have been around forever, minus the lever lock. I know that Rolex had a patent on the screw down crown and for a while and no one was able to have a timepiece with a screw down crown. However, today almost all diving timepieces have the "Rolex system" on their timepieces, some of which look just the part of a Rolex watch; Invicta, Croton, and many, many others. Now, said watches are not considered knock offs. Why? Well, quite simple, they do not say Rolex on the dial. If the same standard was to be applied to countless of brands, these would have to be regarded (if we were a bit consistent) as knock offs. The RXW MM20 doesn't say Panerai anywhere then... what seems to be the problem here? Fact is that the RXW MM20 rivals the Fiddy any day, and we all know it. Now, you have most of these knock offs with russian movements, that say Panerai and 1950 on the dial and some say Marina Militare. That's clearly a knock off! This is even true of car manufacturers. Take a look at the Passat and the Altima... I don't hear anyone calling the Altima a knock off. Now, if Nissan would make the car and name it a Passat, that would be another $20 bucks.