I first started posting to this forum on the day of the keynote on which we finally heard the pricing and launch date. I was struck by what a positive and friendly forum it was. So many forums on the internet are full of nastiness: snide comments, cliques, bitchiness. But not this one. I found many contributions extremely helpful as I made my final decisions about which watch to buy. The photos and reviews of people who saw the watches in real life were fascinating and illuminating. But in recent weeks there's been a fairly rapid descent into the kind of stereotypical internet behaviour that's prevalent elsewhere. We saw one poster share an e-mail he'd written to Apple. This was jumped on mercilessly by other posters, and those agreeing with them. What an idiot, they all said: Apple won't give a ****. Well, Apple did give a ****. Yesterday the bandwagon moved on to Nilay Patel. 24 hours later people are still laying into him. I'm accused of repeating myself, yet that entire thread is different people saying the same thing over and over again. It's a virtual lynch mob and it still hasn't satisfied its feeding frenzy. There's very little new for anyone to say: everyone's waiting to actually receive a watch. But that's really no reason to jump down anyone's throat who says anything at all. I fully expect this thread to be flamed and to descend into yet another bitchfest. If it does, the hypocrisy of those posting will no doubt not be apparent to them. What a huge disappointment. I had such high hopes that this was a genuinely supportive community of like-minded enthusiasts.