I also feel an special fondness for the first series of this watch. Nothing to say in contrary of the second series with the in house movement but I specially like the little details of the dial with the "smile" inscription and the rose emblem of the first.
I feel that Tudor should have kept them in the newer models. They could distinguish the second series with an inscription on the case back best. Just a personal view of course.
I also own second series Tudor BB which I find fantastic (specially the BB58 for its size) but insist in those two little details of the first series should have been maintained.
Keep enjoying and loving your Tudor my dear friend.
Abrazos desde las Pampas en Primavera amigo mio!
PS: Mine says hello!
This one taken from the most famous balcony in Paris! 😉