Although personally I prefer Michelin over Pirellis. It seemed as if Porsche was phasing out the manuals but the manual 991.2 GT3's were so popular I believe Porsche decided to keep collecting on that golden goose. I owned a manual as a teenager and young adult but I don't miss it. I prefer enjoying
When they are not rear wheel drive. Common mistake to clump AWD with 4WD but they are different and you definitely feel it in treacherous conditions. I use my 911 TTS in the winter months here in the PNW but when I head up to the mountain home. I use my Toyota Tundra TRD pro as that is a true 4WD. I
I used to shoot a lot of trap, skeet and bunker with the occasional five stand. Been focusing more lately on pistol shooting primarily custom 1911s. Looks like fun, nothing like shooting and driving to center you for a work week.
Get both, I use the submariner mostly for work as it has the cyclops which helps me with my fading 42 year old eyes. The SD is a nice change up every now and then; when I want a bit of the same but a little different. Both great watches in their own right.