Hi all, I'm hoping you smart folks can help me find the watch that most closely meets what I'm looking for. The primary reason I want a new watch is for running. If it works for other things that's cool, but meeting my running criteria is by far and away the #1 goal. I don't care about other types of fitness tracking (steps, sleep, calories, etc.) -- in fact, I'd rather not have that stuff. My ideal watch would have: Stand-alone GPS (meaning without a phone; this is absolutely mandatory -- so watch is out) Nike+ support (have used this for years and prefer it to other options such as Garmin Connect or map my run) Cadence tracking and/or ability to install a metronome app Play music through bluetooth headphones My research indicates that no watch currently available can do all of these things. The two strongest contenders I've found are the Samsung Gear S and the Garmin Forerunner 220. They are very different from one another and check off different boxes on the above list, but each is very appealing in different ways. The Gear S has nike+ and can play music through headphones. My concerns with it are (a) I don't have an android phone, and loading apps seems to require one (b) is there a decent metronome app for it (c) could the metronome app and music be playing at the same time? The Garmin has no nike+ support and no music. But, Garmin has many years experience making excellent GPS running watches, and the 220 has on-screen cadence information. For music, I could use an iPod shuffle. Can anyone share experiences with either of these two watches, and/or suggest an alternative I may not have thought of? Thanks so much!