Superb review Nico 👍
I believe you have summed up the situation perfectly : it is not a consensual watch and it might require some time (and wrist time) to understand it but the more you know it the more you like it.
Apart from the aesthetics issue which is quite relative and personal, the key point is the concept of this watch: a sport or sporty watch with a tourbillon !?!? We did not discuss much this point and I believe it is crucial : while a tourbillon is usually relatively fragile, this particular one isn’t due to its specific construction. Not only the construction of the cage is superb but also it is light and strong (as in the other Galet Double Spiral Tourbillon range) and the Double Spiral itself is the main thing: the two spirals movements compensate each other in terms of force instead of pulling the axis always in the same direction. This original architecture of the Tourbillon makes it less fragile and this is why also it can make sense to have it in this Grand Sport. Surely to associate a Tourbillon to its first sporty watch tells a lot about the positioning of the Laurent Ferrier brand: it is a high end positioning and it was probably a strategic approach to start with this one in the sporty range if others come one day...
Nico your pics are absolutely superb and give really justice to its beauty. The ones of the ruthenium finished movement are really stunning 👍.