Rotating over all of the exposed gearing and indicators, you've got skeletonized hands - which, while they fit with the overall scheme of the piece, make me wonder how easy it will be to tell time on the watch (a common problem with open-heart, or skeletonized, watches). They do appear to be lighter in color, so my hope is that it's actually a luminous paint they've applied, which would improve visibility no matter the time of day.
For early 2014, Girard-Perregaux finally debuts the Chrono Hawk in steel on a bracelet. The design strongly hearkens back to the Laureato collection of watches from Girard-Perregaux that helped inspired the Chrono and Sea Hawk timepieces. Though, these modern watches are much larger at 44mm wide with wide lugs. The Chrono Hawk, with its long lugs always "wore large" and Girard-Perregaux promised an upgrade to the strap to allow it to wrap around one's wrist more comfortably. It is entirely possible that this issue has been addressed in the bracelet here assuming there is enough movement in the first link connected to the lugs.