Hello all! I hope you are having a great holiday season. I'm fairly experienced in repairing many watch and clock movements at this stage, and can/have made many replacement parts so far. I have recently started gathering equipment and knowledge for my next evolution as a watchmaker; designing and constructing a movement from the ground up. I am looking forward to the years long journey of developing a movement and manufacturing a few bespoke timepieces per year that may or may not pay my bills on their own. I am looking for suggestions on books and videos on horological theory and specifically the design of escapements. I am familiar with cutting wheels and pinions, depthing and placing wheels, setting jewels and the like, but some of the finer points of escapement design are still a little vague to me. Can you amazing people help point me in the right direction? And none of that "don't waste your time, it's going to take thirty years to get a half decent 10x model" talk. I am certainly crazy and I know it. Let me try while I am still somewhat young and passionate. I have an aptitude and need to put it to use before this industry finishes crushing it. Haha.