So after more then 6 Months having my AW4 LTE, i thought i give a short feedback on my takes on the watch. 1: LTE works fantastic as a standalone phone, i used my apple watch mainly like this as my primary phone/watch combination, no issues with coverage (Hong Kong) or battery drain (i have a very limited call requirement) I really recommend anyone to try it out! it works great. 2: Its very barebone and lackluster out of the box. The watch has very little to offer, most apps run off the iphone having the watch just act as a notification screen on your wrist, even with LTE there is wayyyyy too little 3th party development for standalone apps that can run off your LTE internet or offline without connected to your watch (hiking/sporting or other places you prefer to just wear your watch only) You are taking a toilet break without the phone and have either LTE/ WIFI access, well forget doing little things on your watch as browsing 9gag for some funny memes or some youtube, yes the screen is tiny! but still throw us some bones (watching internet is possible but you have to message yourself the url and then open it like that, very daft!) Even a good working but albeit basic calendar + calculator would be some nice to haves. Just more native basic apps found directly on the watch instead of the notification stuff. (personal opinion) i was shocked how minimal the apple watch app store actually is, very few and limited dedicated apps for the AW. Apple definitely should have put more effords into it to get 3d party to publish more. 3: its buggy, sometimes it does not ring when someone call you when only having the watch on you via LTE, you never know someone called you (happens occationally), you have your iphone on you, you get a call but your watch does not respond and show a message for a active incoming call. Sometimes it automatically opens a screen like my contacts or something like that. 4: with a simple screen protecter you dont have to flush out extra money for sapphire glass, i have zero scratches and i skate in the skatepark, i run and hike actively and work in IT under desks. Mine is holding up just fine without a scratch on the alloy body and screen. 5: it made me much more aware of my activity and i use it daily to stay in movement, its a fantastic device that visualizes your movements (still super simplistic in my opinion, but its a good motivator for me) In the end is LTE worth it, a big FAT no if you keep it paired with your phone all the time anyway, if you like me use it mostly without a phone.. its works fine but you must be like me and not call often at all, but even then for the money its really barebone despite having full internet access (3d party at fault here not apple) *Spotify is a big let down for me. I am sticking with the AW for sure, this one will surely serve me for the next 2.5 more years at least. Or just give it to my fam and get a new one till everyone has a apple watch, but my next one will be a wifi version no more LTE, that is something i already decided upon now. ff to charge for 2 hours a day. i sleep with the watch and it wakes me up as well! (airplane mode + theater mode enabled) Its always on my wrist, and the daily charge does not bother me at all. Battery last me easy 2 days if i really want to including monitoring of my running etc. 7: I use a custom watch face, that is a all black background with green text for the numbers and letters. (Modular watch face) it simple contains 3 shortcuts, phone, activity and sms, it shows the date, time and my excersize stats. Its the only watch face i like of the few options we have.. I use green with white so it looks like a dos text box (IT nerd) 8: distance between watch and iphone is quite limited, i was hoping bluetooth gave me more radius, often i wear my watch, i dont get whats-app notification when my watch is on my desk charging, i am like 7 to 10 meters away from phone, it its below my expectations honestly. I do love it though for the health aspect of it, way more nice then my old fitbit.