Before I buy, i want to make sure my AirPod assumptions are correct: I'd like a seamless all-day AirPod experience for interacting with my computer, not for music but for communication & Siri. Devices: iPad Pro 9.7 iPhone 7 MacBook 15" Late-2013 (BT4.0) I'd like to put on my AirPods on first thing in the morning like right when I wake up and have News / Instapaper read to me that's on my iPad and keep the AirPods in when I get in the car and then when I dock my iPhone into my Car w/ CarPlay, the Podcast will play over CarPlay (Overcast) but I don't have to take the AirPod (single) out. I can walk into the office and tell Siri to send a message or confirm an appointments. I can wear them at my desk and open Spotify on my MacBook pro and music comes into the AirPods automatically w/o having to do anything while the iPhone stays docked on my desk. When i tap the AirPod, I can dictate a message out to Siri on my Mac or ask a question or tell the computer to pause / mute. I can then switch to iPhone audio when I walk to Lunch by having Siri call my mom. and sort of repeat this scenario throughout the day. Note, through out the day, the iPhone is always on me and to and from work, the iPad is with me in a backpack and while at my desk, I have an iPhone, iPad and MacBook plugged in within 2 feet of me. Can AirPods intelligently switch between devices w/o the awkward moment of a song blasting out of my MacBook because I forgot to go to Bluetooth audio sys-prefs and change the output source? Can I reliably wear one all day switching from one ear to the other (since each bud is only rated @ 5 hours) and basically make these my constant connection to all of my devices for Music, communication, home automation (my entire house has about 40 HomeKit devices), etc? If so, I'm going to buy them. If the experience is not very seamless, then I'll just wait until Gen 2.