I liked the Watch in spite of current limitations and was happily using it for notiifcations mainly, music remote and tested the Activity Tracker with a Polar H7 heart monitor strap. For activity tracking including sleep, the Watch didn't do better than my Polar Loop. Yet, its sheer beauty by itself in terms of design felt good to wear. Until exactly one week into use, a dead spot appeared onscreen, and immediately (within the hour) I sent it in for assessment. Apple refused to replace the OLED and had their third party service centre ask me to buy a replacement watch. Imagine if I had an Edition instead of Steel! If one has failed like that, why replace with another? It seems, they say, the fault was caused by 'hard pressure to the screen'. Odd. I've used every iPhone and iPad iteration, the MBPwRD 2012 and brand new MacBook 2015... and never have I hard pressed any of these contact surfaces. Now, I'm stranded minus Watch and feeling very annoyed at the accusations. This in spite of Singapore's new 2014 consumer protection laws similar to Australia and the UK, and I feel very disappointed with how they want to do business with early adopters and brand loyal users. That is a genuine let down. To be fair, after reaching out to Apple Customer Service, this is being followed up in the US, and they have been terrific in looking into this (now unresolved) issue. I believe there was a minor inherent flaw in the OLED and my regular use either aggravated it or caused the fault to appear. I hope it gets resolved.