I have a couple of square resin G-shocks, and to be honest I haven´t used them a lot. They have been pure beaters, and great at that, but as soon as the need for a beater isn´t clearly present, I´m usually back to a mechanical watch of some kind. Currently my situation is such that I need a beater more or less all the time, and I have been wearing my squeares regularly for weeks. The thing that strikes me after wearing them continously is how well they fit my wrist. My wrists are quite small (6,25”) so not many watches fit well, and even the ones that fit, have a tendency to rotate slightly outward. My G-shocks fit perfectly and stays in place. Combine this with the fact that I don´t need to worry about my watch at all, it´s a just a very nice and trouble free watch experience. However great these watches are, they are not perfect. No watch is. I do find them a bit boring and all though I prefer thin watches 75% of the time, I sometimes prefer to have something bulky that prevents my jacket cuffs to slde over and hide the information on the screen. Now I´m wondering if I have any options to extend my G-shock line up. I´ve heard that at least some G-shocks fit smaller wrists than one would assume from their dimensions, but do they wear small enough? I like the looks and functionality of the Rangeman, but I guess it might be way to big. The GBA-800 is also interesting and appears to be smaller, but not by much. The new GA-2000 is interesting in that the carbon core case appear to have great buttons and layout. The module itself wasn’t really my cup of tea, but hopefully they release more models based on that case design. These are just some models that have caught my attention, but anything that could fit my wrist is of interest, preferably with front facing light button, but a good button on the side could work just as well.