After a year or so of use, the signs of use on my watches become apparent as I am sure will be the case with the Apple watch. Over the years, I have taken various scuffed up watches in for a cosmetic overhaul where they replace the band, casing, and the crystal for a small fee. It is a fraction of the cost of the watch and the watch always looks good as new when they are done. Does anybody know if this sort of service will be possible with the Apple Watch or are the internals attached to the casing and not possible? If it is possible, does anybody know of any place that has set up shop for this kind of thing yet or heard whether Apple will offer this kind of service?