So, as we get towards the end of the year, what are your reflections on 2014? Inspired by a similar topic over at ΩF, what are your highlights for 2014? Let's tackle in in three parts: 1. The hits: It might be a new watch that you saw, or maybe one that you've bought. Maybe it was an event? 2. The Misses: Disappointed by something? Miss on on a eBay deal? Regret selling a watch? 3. Crystal Ball: What are you expecting/ hoping/ predicting for 2015? Let's keep the TAG Heuer review in this board, and I'll start another one in the Vintage Heuer forum. So, for me: 1. The Hits - Overall, I felt that 2014 was not a vintage year for new models, with a big emphasis on the 3-hand watches...I'm more in the Chronograph camp. Remind yourself of the 2014 collection here - The Carrera CH80 was a clear hit with a beautiful clean Panda/ Reverse Panda design. I was lucky enough to see the "production" version of the CH80, and promise you that it was even better...closer to this image we created on the right: - Of the production watches I liked the Aquaracer Calibre 7 GMT and the Anthracite Carrera Twin Time. - Monaco V4 Tourbillon was an amazing piece of technology building on the 10th anniversary of the Monaco V4 - I didn't buy any new watches in 2014, so nothing new watch to show off 2. Misses - Unfortunately, just as it was a "hit" the cancellation of the CH80 was a miss. The movement looked too good to be sidelined forever, but you won't see it in 2015. - TAG Heuer has been too slow to develop a range of alternative straps, such as NATO straps. They are very much in fashion today, but who knows how long it will last? - Internally has been a difficult year with many management changes, which must have disrupted the focus on product. Let's hope for stability in 2015 3. Crystal Ball - We know that TAG Heuer will develop its entry level watches more, so expect to see more Formula 1s and Aquaracers - In the later part of the year, we'll start to see the design/ product direction of the "new" TAG Heuer under J.C Biver - Range will be streamlined- will the Grand Carrera and Link survive? Over to you!