As a G-Shock collector I bought this model as a foray into the ana/digi range. The Aviator series from G-Shock are a classy looking range of watches and although this is the cheapest GW-3500 it's by no means the least classy! I personally love the yellow and luminous hands with luminous accents combined with the negative digital display. Setting up was easy. Again you can always view the manual via a pdf doc from the Casio website if you find the supplied manual too small and complex. Viewing on an A4 page makes it much easier but if your an existing G-Shock collector/fan/regular then it's all straight forward anyway. You can display your chosen world city time in the digital display if you want while maintaining your home city time via the hour/minute hands. Being an ana/digi model this watch features a countdown timer too. Nice! Radio controlled time keeping is spot on to the second and charge state has been excellent. It's a nice and comfy watch to wear. A good weight and the strap being twin holes is very secure. It's a classy model ineed. ps. You can always buy a metal bracelet direct from Casio UK if you want to swap from the resin strap!