I've had my Apple Watch 38mm Sport since the 24th. I figured I'd offer some thoughts after wearing it for 2 weeks now. 1. Battery life has been well above expectations. I charge it every night but it has never dropped below 65%. I haven't turned anything off other than the stand up reminders. 2. Many of the third party apps are borderline useless. Some seem rushed to have something available for launch. Others are just too slow to be useful. One app I frequently use on my iPhone that would be perfect for the watch (the Score) crashes nearly every time I try to open it. Another (Soundhound) works, but opens on the phone and has to be manually closed from the phone. There are exceptions that work quite well, but they are the exception rather than the norm for me so far. 3. I use glances all the time, but barely use apps. This is a great feature, though few third party glances update fast enough to work. 4. Siri is excellent. It almost never messes up what I'm trying to say or misses a command. It does sometimes direct me to handoff when it shouldn't need to though. 5. Apple Maps on the watch is brilliant. Far more useful for walking navigation than using the iPhone. 6. The digital crown is a great feature and navigation around the OS was quick and easy to learn. 7. I'm doing nearly all of my texting on the watch now. I also barely touch Apple Maps, MLB at Bat, Passbook, or the weather apps on the phone. 8. Apple Pay makes much more sense on the watch. 9. Force Touch is a cool feature, but I'm still not sure when I should use it in some apps. Switching between watch faces is quick and easy though. 10. The taptic engine is awesome. I found it too subtle at first, coming from a Pebble. Now I really appreciate it though and never miss a notification.