At last I have a Patek but I may be in trouble because Im so broke and screwed, LOL! The holiday bug has bitten me so I get very stupid impulses and yesterday I was browsing in this department store called Central (similar to Saks, etc.) in Bangkok and there was a watch fair on with a 15% discount on Patek (+7% tax refund and cheaper starting price compared to London) I still cannot believe this because certainly Im not a complicated watch girl and the styling is more for older ladies I just absentmindedly forked out for a complicated 4936! So I dont even know what to do with it: no refund on this crazy sucker. Perhaps the consolation is that I can now say I have a Patek and for sure, the dial is addictive as chocolate (I probably need the satin strap to make it look younger)! Actually can I ask the ladies with a Patek watch: do I really need a winder for this since its not going to be my everyday watch? Normally I let my Cartier Pasha/Tonneau (both with Jaeger-LeCoultre movement), Panerai stop and reset the watch when I put it on but the assistant lady said that for a Patek its not a good idea and in general its better to keep watches constantly ticking anyway, is this really true? And also still clueless after googling and reading instructions, Im a bit confused about the lunar system and would be grateful if someone can tell me what pieces of information should I be looking for to set it up.