One of my favorite features about the Apple Watch is actually the Digital Crown. I thought it was classically Apple to use this as a primary interaction method and I found that I naturally used the DC for everything accept actually tapping icons. However, I was reading several opinion pieces on the Apple Watch from sites varying from individual blogs to an arcticle on BusinessWeekly and one thing I notice is people repeatedly calling the Digital Crown "useless" or "just a button" and one writer said that Apple should lose it all together because the screen is how you interact with it. I don't like using the screen because: (1) scrolling with a finger is actually pretty suttery and laggy while using the DC is silky smooth or some reason, (2) scrolling with my finger means that I block part of the screen as I scroll, and (3) I hate finger prints on my watch, it's the one thing I hate about smart watches. If I use my finger to scroll, my screen is going to get smudged really fast. So I'm just curious if you agree that the DC is unnecessary or if you use the DC as your primary input method too.