But endured Walt Odet's dissection of it.
Yes, a critical point that the back surfaces and unseen parts, were cosidered at one time arguably to be less finished.
However, I have to add that it is simply "less" finished, but still very well finished.
(Some parts, but then it may well apply to even Patek and Journe, under magification that Odets employed...were not pretty.)
I own and operate more advanced and high magnification scopes, which we use for eye surgery, and pathology, but have held back on posting the pictures of all concerned, including Journe.
The industry will not benefit from dissection at the microscopic level yet. However, if I can feel it, or sense it..I wonder.
I am simply not sure what to do next.