Hodinkee has a great look at the JLC Hybris Mechanica today. With 26 complications including a Grande Sonnerie, it is one of, if not the most complicated watch ever made. Undoubtedly an impressive engineering feat, I generally look at pieces like that and think, "Who cares?" While this one seems pretty well executed for a mega-complicated piece, the whole concept has never interested me. I think it comes back to a clarity of purpose.
I am much more drawn to an amazing Grand Sonnerie, or a fantastic chronograph than everything in one - almost guaranteeing that the function of each individual complication will have to be sacrificed in some way.
What do you all think? Do these super complicated pieces interest you?