Hello all. I was thinking about getting a new watch for dress occasions. In the past, I would just go for whatever style I liked. However, I have been curious about more "time honored" brands and wanted to try out one of the more "enthusiast" oriented watches for business and formal attire (meaining not a chronograph, pilot, or diving watch); hopefully under $500 retail... that's a hard <$500, NOT 'around' $500. First, some models by Tissot and Orient are catching my eye. I was wondering if there were any Orient watches to stay away from when it comes to collector/enthusiast value? Second, I was wondering if the brands that are my go-to (meaning I own and wear commonly), generally Movado and Citizen, are generally considered fashion watches rather than enthusiast watches. Last, when I was more concerned about wearing (and purchasing) watches, the styles were a little different. Many of my older watches have really small case sizes, some of which might be confused with women's watches (nowadays). For example, the ultra thin black bracelet Movado Classic Museum watch owned since the early 90's has a case measuring 31-32mm. Is this just a personal preference or was there a small-case-size style thing going on 20-25 years ago? I have thin wrists, but am 6' and 205 lbs.