No, I don't mean giving the old Rolex five rounds rapid. Having moved house four times since I last used it I dug out my chronograph to find that: A. The lead that connects the readout is missing and B. The lead is some special variety that can't be swapped for a network or telephone one. Bugger. Well I might be able to find the lead somewhere or even order another but I wondered about just replacing it as it's not very impressive and surely there is something better available. The one I have is a "Shooting Chrony Beta Model" It was pitched as being computer compatible. Bought in 2006/7 this "computer compatibility " didn't mean a USB lead and CD, it turned out that I could buy an "optional IBM Interface". I don't think these people have seen a computer since about 1990. Needless to say it never did get connected to a computer. It does work (well it did before I lost the lead) and I have no reason to think the readings are no good but it's a right pain to set up, it's like something out of the ark and although they are still selling them I wouldn't buy another. Is there better out there? Surely there must be?