Had it been bigger, I would have gotten one myself. There is another minor disadvantage for me - I do not like the dauphine (is that what it's called or is it 'sword') hands in general. Somehow I think they do fit in the Traditionelle line... Still they are not my favorite. Anyways, I love the watch for its purity and very well balanced and plain dial... Plus the in-house movement is a big plus. Off-centered seconds subdial is the coolest thing about this piece. It does remind me of the 150th anniversary model VC came out with in 1935 when it was still believed the manufacture Vacheron Constantin was founded in 1785.
This beauty and your watch are another example of VC going back to its roots and drawing from their rich history and implementing historical design into their contemporary pieces.