the Pre-V dials were "excavated" and the tritium applied inside (painted really) individually. A batch of tritium material, used for some of the model instead of maintaining the creaminess, turned orange, while the hands maintained the original colour, giving birth to the Non Matchin dial...
They are both 5218-201A Pre-V LOGOS but the one in the opening picture has a "matching" dial, whereas the second has a Non Matching one. The difference is pretty visible. This difference (the indices of the second watch are orange instead of creamy). The "orange" one, in the eye of a Panerai pursist
if this going to be the "deal of the century" for me, the quick answer is...no. In a year or so, there will not be a horde of people trying to brake down your door to get the watch...whatever the cost. If you were me, you'd just keep on liking it from a distance
thing is, anything having to do with like, taste, expectations and wishes, by definition cannot make it to....perfect. Too many eyes, minds, opinions and personal tastes around. I personally can live with "perfect" BUT not for me, I'm afraid I'm an...obsolete...model though LOLL