Read the article, and frankly, I felt, uhmmm, well, hammered, to say the least. I have no issues with Casio issuing a pricey watch, as long as that watch is worth the price, in terms of factors such as complications, inherent value of materials used, new and revolutionary technology, and the like. But i understand from the article that you're paying 5thousand more (if you base it on the current high end Gs which are already north of 1,000 USD) for a hammered bezel. As unique as the technology was that produced it, as laboriously painstaking it was to craft it, would that be worth 5thousand extra? Not to my mind, not in my book. Not even if it were hammered precious metals.
Others will of course have different opinions, and I both respect them and wish them well. But if i had 6thousand USD to spare, I'd get a pre-owned Grand Seiko where both high horology AND unique, culturally-significant craftsmanship justify the price.