Here it is - Seiko 5 SRPD93. Note the crown at 4 o'clock, and the updated logo (stylized, sideways 5) below "Seiko". This is one of the 27 new models of the Seiko 5 released earlier this year - August, I think? These new models don't have a screw-down crown. Not sure if the other 5's do or not?
UPDATE: In the first 24 hours, it is -10 seconds. Much better than the -35/+45 published specs for the 4R36! I'm thinking the specs may be intentionally broad to factor in all the variables: temperature, activity/wind level, position, etc. as well as just the mechanical variances. I wonder if even atmospheric pressure and altitude (ie. 8,000 feet into the mountains) might make a discernible difference?
I am loving this watch so far! Comfortable, easy to read, good lume... my only slight nitpick is that I wish it was running a little fast instead of a little slow, but if it stays in the +/- 10 second range, I have zero complaints!