I think the use of this term mostly bothers me because I'm a technology guy. I've worked in tech a little over 20 years now and we always refer to computer or software functionality as features. Then I started doing a little reading on horology and Complications. I see where people want to refer to features on our watches as Complications, but I also think we're doing an immense disservice and disrespect to the watch makers / engineers that designed such fantastically complicated time pieces. See, this is why they're called complications. They're fantastically complicated. Marvels of mechanical engineering. Carefully constructed and other items of the internals of the watch adjusted so all of these elements could work in harmony. True, we have inter-dependence between features in software / electronic engineering, but I just don't see these features having the same balance or elegance that you do with these mechanical time-pieces. I think it's wrong for us to do so. I know there's many watch lovers here who have significant collections of timepieces. I'd like to hear your take on this. Is there a "Horology Society" that could dictate whether this term should be extended to smart watches or not? Could we not reserve this for the mechanical watches? Thoughts?