Glad they're well received. The Okeah seems to be getting good love. It's a Russian military watch made by Poljot for use by their navy in the 70's, the movement's a direct rip off from the Valjoux 7734. There's some fairly under par reissues about but these original ones are pretty good. Certainly striking if nothing else.
My fave is the Bulova, probably in part because I spent 3 years tracking down an original bezel for it. Rocking horse shit doesn't even come close, I can't quite believe I actually found one. The friction bezel system and extra high domed crystal with lip are lovely. When it goes on the wrist you can sense it's of a slightly different class. No disrespect to the others mind you, I love them all!
I think you might need another Elgin since appears you don't mind having duplicates...Oh and maybe a Caravelle 666?
I never did see a pic of that one you found........
I think the Pogue I have in the centre is going to have to find a new home. I bought it for a bit of a project but accidentally (and very fortunately) bought one that's too good! It's only ever had one owner, was hardly ever worn, then put in a drawer for 30 years. The dial, inner bezel & lume are so crisp it's amazing, and the case and outer bezel are super sharp with hardly any marks. Lucky buy, but has eaten up some of my spending budget, it'll have to go.