With all due respect, I can't agree with your above statement.
Let's put aside the issue as to whether Cvstos is similar (some says copycat) to RM or otherwise. When I held Cvstov, it gave me hefty feel but certainly not refined finishing. It has long way to go to improve its finishing to that of RM's standard. Again, I will put aside the issue of reliability of both watches for the time being.
My honest view is that Cvstos may be (I said may be because I am not sure but I think it is quite likely) digging its own grave by moving to close to RM and it becomes the shadow of RM. Whether you like it or not, Cvstos has been crowned by the small community here as the "poor man RM". To me, only rich "poor man" can afford Cvstos.
I like to see the rise of a new brand with a totally new idea on their work. Sad to say, I have yet to see that or the so-called originality in Cvstos.