A question for all the developers out there ... For me, the one glaring shortcoming of AW is the lack of onboard GPS capabilities. As a serious, competitive runner and cyclist, I unfortunately still have to wear my Garmin Forerunner on one arm, and my AW on the other to adequately track runs. I know I could just wear the Garmin, but I like to get a complete picture of my activities during the entire day. I am like a lot of runners and don't like to run with my phone ... I have never found a solution that allowed me to carry it comfortably, especially on long runs. Especially given the fact that phones have gotten ridiculously big in the last few years. Since Watch OS2 will be released this fall, I was wondering if it will allow peripherals like Bluetooth GPS units to connect to the watch? Hardware wise, I imagine it would be capable since other Bluetooth peripherals like headphones and HR chest straps can communicate with the watch already. I am asking because I think there could be a market for a small wristband with a GPS sensor that would communicate to the AW via Bluetooth to provide GPS position data to the watch. It doesn't have to my a AW band (but that would be the ultimate solution), but could be a separate band that is worn on the same or other wrist. I realize there would likely have to be a native app that would support this, but it is something I would love to see. I really have enjoyed my AW, for me, the HR tracking is dead on to a chest strap, but still having to run with another dedicated running watch is kind of a pain. Anyone have any insight as to whether this would be possible?