Horological Meandering: Insure it and wear it without worry...
I don't currently own a ceramic watch, but I wouldn't hesitate to buy one and simply insure it against accidental damage/breakage. The only ceramic watches I might hesitate to own are those for which replacement cases are no longer available, like the IWC 3705.
Breguet: Answered my own question
Apparently this is an exact re-edition of the original Type 20, crown included. Obviously showing my ignorance of the Type 20.
Breguet: Love everything about it except...
The crown. It's just a bit over the top and seems out of place on the watch. I'm not an expert on Breguet Type XXs, is there a precedent somewhere in the history of the Type XX for such a crown?
Omega: I'm not really a NATO wearer...
But I've heard great things about the ToxicNATOs. Apparently the hardware and quality of the strap materials are top notch. I know several people who swear by them.