Haven't seen any discussion on here about this topic, so I thought I'd bring it up. I've been trying out the Fitibit Blaze since last Friday, and I'm trying to decide on whether I want to keep it and sell my Apple Watch or stay with the Apple Watch. Here's my thing. I'm actually seeing myself a lot less frustrated with the Blaze because it's simple and isn't trying to do a ton (resulting in smoother operation and less lag/glitches). It sticks with what it is good at and does it very well (I think this is the better approach and wish Apple had tried to do less well instead of more mediocre). The materials, quality and design are nowhere close to my SS Apple Watch. The Taptic Engine is much nicer on my Apple Watch. However, the software doesn't lag or have any glitches on the Blaze, I've found the heart rate sensor to be more consistent when I run and exercise, I like the longer battery life, like the software better because it analyzes data more, etc. Minus the battery life, I find that what I really want is the Apple Watch hardware with the Fitbit software! I know this is never happening, but it would be sweet. I'm just convinced that most people want wearables to do things in the background and quickly alert them about things coming up. I find that better, at least until the hardware catches up. My dilemma is that I know I'm not going to get much of anything for my 38mm Apple Watch, which also had a Milanese loop and classic buckle band. I got it on launch day. Financially, it seems like a bad call to sell it at such a loss when I might can make it work for my needs. On top of the loss is the cost of the Blaze.... Just can't seem to make up my mind. Anyone had a similar experience or thoughts? Looking for friendly input.