I got an Apple Saddle Brown iPhone case a few months back, and I really love it. All the wear on other apple cases that make them look "dingy" make the saddle brown coloring look "lived in". Personal taste, sure. I've looked at other leather straps, but I haven't found any that I like quite as much (for both shape and color) as Apple's original. (Vaguely considering the "Worn Light Brown" or "Vintage Sallde" leather straps from ClockworkSynergy.) So, I'm toying with the idea of getting Apple's "42mm Saddle Brown Classic Buckle" band, for my Space Gray Sport watch. I don't mind the buckle being stainless steel, as think it goes well with the light color of the leather, and it's on the opposite side of my wrist from the watch itself. But I don't like the pictures I've seen of the shiny stainless adapters connected to the watch. Too abrupt of a contrast (again, to my taste). So, I'm toying with the idea of getting the official Classic Buckle band, and a set of appropriately sized springbar adapters (like the Clicks - I have one set in space gray already - but not necessarily Clicks), and taking the strap out of the box and straight away cutting off the Apple adapters and mounting the strap on the space gray third-party springbar adapters, before putting it on my watch. I know it sounds a bit nuts, but like I said, just toying with the idea. And I'm wondering if anyone has had any experience they could share with mounting real Apple bands on springbars. Specifically, if the straps work well with standard 1.8mm diameter springbars, or perhaps the "fat" 2.5mm springbars, or if there's just no good solution. Also, if you have an Apple Classic Buckle strap, what is the actual width of the strap at the watch end? 22mm? 24mm? Something else? Thanks for any info you can provide.