Hey guys. I bought a Tudor Grantour Date on leather less than a year ago, right before falling in love with TAG, wishing I had a heavy watch on stainless to grace my wrist with its icy feeling awesomeness, and travelling around since February looking at the watch on my wrist with the backdrop of beautiful beaches, romantic old cities, and nice restaurants and feeling.....close to nothing. Not the James Bond-esque spirit of adventure and love for the ocean I now crave in a dive watch. The Tudor only makes me feel something when I look at it off the wrist, but that feeling is also limited. I suppose its a bit like a woman, just because she"s gorgeous certainly doesn't automatically make her your eternal soulmate. So now for quite some time, Ive been doing my homework for my next piece, which has been decidedly the new Aquaracer Calibre 16 300m in blue on stainless (thanks to the advice of some of you guys on a previous post). The dilemma is that I have come to the conclusion that after buying the Tudor and a Formula 1 for my lady on a cruise, I have no business having nearly 7 grand (US) wrapped up in watches, even though the Tudor has a purpose in my wardrobe being smaller, flatter and toned down for professional occasions. So after being at peace knowing that the best decision to sell the Tudor had been realized, I sent in photos to a dealer in Miami that comes well recommended for a quote. They just replied with an offer that is truly pathetic, which is $500 to buy or $700 consignment, and this watch was bought for $2,400 and should sell for at least $1,700 IMO. I could of course ride it out and sell in another 4 years or so, but then I would still be a moron for adding another $3,600 to the amount Ive thrown to the wind for this insane hobby this year. Could any of you point me in the right direction to get the best value out of this piece? I know where people sell, but Im not sure I want to deal with random people in other countries trying to use Paypal to buy an expensive item but any help would be appreciated.