This might not be a surprise to anyone but I found today that Apple don't let you mix and match combo's you can't buy. I went into the Store today with another try on appointment despite already owning a watch. The employee wasn't bothered by this at all as I said I just wanted to experience some different bands. However one thing he wouldn't let me do was mix and match the bands. I really wanted to see what a Black sport band would look like on my aluminium sport but he was having none of it. Thinking that it might be because it was my own watch, I asked him if he could move the BSB from their own 38mm SGS to their own 38mm Aluminium sport (they didn't have a 42mm in stock) to see what that looked like but he wouldn't. Apparently the reason is they don't allow people in store to see combos they can't actually order themselves. Fair enough I suppose but it kinda goes against the whole customisation thing they've been going for. So now even though I've seen pictures, I've got no real idea as to what my watch will look like with the BSB and as those of you who've seen a Watch in person will understand is that pictures just to do not do these things justice. I guess my only option will be to order a BSB and then return it if it's not what I want but I have no idea what the policy will be on an opened and worn strap. Anyone else experience something like this? On a side note, it was pleasing to see that the Watch Displays were severely crowded and there were a lot of try ons going on. Here's a warning though...if you own an Apple Watch and you're a bit shy, stay away from Apple Stores, it was like being a minor celebrity and I got bombarded with questions and people grabbing my arm!! So much so that my girlfriend wanted to leave pretty sharpish as it started to get a bit weird.