Apples version of Taptic on the Watch is fundamentally different than other versions used, including Apples own use in the iPhone. Taptic is usually a vibrating/oscillating experience that is a real attention getter. Apple has chosen a single knock to differentiate itself and to make unique knock patters. I understand that Apples goal was to be able to send unique knocks for different needs like left/right navigation. However most find the single knock to be almost imperceivable, even set to high. If doing any activity (running with my Garmin 620 is noticeable, but I almost never feel my Watch) or preoccupied in any way most people cant feel or dont notice it. Even just moving the wrist around and the watch strap slipping/twisting slightly can seem to be a phantom Taptic knock. In gen 2 of the Watch should Apple move back to the traditional vibrating/oscillating feedback motor or stick with the single knock feature and hopefully use a more pronounced/stronger motor?