After spending a couple of hours brushing and changing a couple of different types of 'scotch brite', I am basically happy with the result.
I prefer the brushed finish as compared to the polished finish of the original.
There are still traces of the polish finish, especially at the edges of the lug with the case. I will still continue to brush the watch and adapt the 'scotch brite' to brush those hard to reach places. I am also looking into investing in a Bergeon Scratch Brush Pen.
Or maybe this might help?
And no, it is not a 'scotch brite' but an Omega Microlon Pad. It is used to refinish titanium watches like the X-33.