In all honesty, the honeymoon didn't last
I maintain that it's a great watch, perfect proportions for a diver, but in the end the faux vintage styling (rivets, 5 piece bracelet) got to me much in the same way that pre-distressed jeans just feel "off" to me. Basically a design trying to be something it's not, which is a shame because it's really a great watch. Under most circumstances I'd keep it, but I'm also trying to downsize and am looking for a solid two watch rotation of timeless "keepers" between my Sub and what I've decided on, a 34mm Oyster Perpetual. I also keep a handful of Seiko divers because why not at those older price points (no point in selling), and will likely pick up one of the new Willards for fun in the future, a space that the 58 Blue would've kept otherwise if I didn't need the $ to fund the 34OP.
As for the SPB149, also a fun watch and I still think there's good value in that $1000-1500 USD price point for these latest releases, but with the LE creeping up over $1500, I'll be honest and say go for the Oris instead unless you don't mind the non-LE colorways which can be had at decent pricing! I don't personally prefer that skin diver case shape as a modern reinterpretation (or at least if over 40mm), but just my opinion!