It was brought to my attention by Marcus "Oyster" that a "Mark II" dial of the Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller has surfaced! Here is the "Mark I" dial: Now compare with this latest release version of the Deepsea Sea-Dweller dial: As you can see, there are various differences to the predecessor dial: Overall font is slightly "thinner". The painted Rolex coronet has changed style to look more like the coronet on other Rolex dials. The "E"s in "DEEPSEA" now have a shorter middle line in the "E". The "S" in "SEA-DWELLER" has been changed from a "flat" S to a "round" one. The "ft" font has been changed. The "=" sign is not on Italic anymore but runs as two parallel lines. There is now a larger gap between the ft and metres depth rating, aka "Gap Dial" (seen on the newest Sub 14060M's too, btw.) Here is an overview of the details (with the 14060M - new and old models - included): (All pics from r-l-x.de).