I know where you are coming from...I've greatly enjoyed my ceramic Laureato black dial on the wrist...looks amazing, super comfortably, and the scratch resistance of the ceramic really adds peace of mind. My GP has been getting more wrist time than my AP too.
I will see what my AD thinks about this, but my plan will probably be to enjoy the watch a bit more and then send it off within warranty to have GP look at it. I hate to be one of "those guys", but I've learned that I often will regret it if I don't act on these sorts of things.
It is possible to see the white mark with the naked eye. I didn't notice it until I took out the loupe. (Loupes can be dangerous but I also enjoy looking closely at these beautiful works of art!) You do really have to be looking very closely to be able to see it though...it isn't very noticeable or
Playing around with my loupe recently and I noticed this on my GP Ceramic Laureato...white mark/scratch between the "G" and "A" and some scratches on the top right corner of the nameplate near the "X". It's really not noticeable with the naked eye, but seems inappropriate on a watch at this price po
even if a new version is released it shouldn't hurt the value of the 15450. Also, I'm not sure if the new 4302 movement would even fit into the 37mm case, so perhaps they won't be updating that one any time soon? I'm sure I'm biased, but there are some features of the 15400 that I actually prefer ov