...and I ended up selling my 372 after having it for only a few weeks. The new 47mm size combined with the fact that I got the call from the boutique only 2 weeks after I picked up my 390 just made me not feel right about it. (about $10k more than I planned on spending on watches that month) I've never regretted selling a watch more or missed one that much in my entire life.
I ended up taking my time and buying it back when I was ready and have never been happier! My wrists are 6.25 inches and it's very comfortable for me now. Yes it's bold...in a very good way!
I actually had dinner with two other ristis the night after I sold it and they felt buying too many watches too fast may have affected the way I felt about the piece. It turns out they were right. I let things settle a bit and listened to my feeling about the 372 BEFORE the decision was made to buy it. The last time I needed to make a quick decision based on a phone call I wasn't expecting to get. They weren't pressuring me at all but if I'm honest, I shouldn't have made the decision that way.
It's all water under the bridge now. The 372 is certainly my "A" piece!
If you don't like how it looks all the opinions in the world amount to exactly what they are: Nothing.
Like Craig said, it's not really about the watch, your wrist or how it actually looks on your wrist. It's about YOU and whether or not you have the moxie and style to pull off wearing a big watch. If you do, you do. If you don't, you don't.