I'm increasingly interested in buying an AW next month with what could be the AW2. While I'm sure I'll appreciate the other features, most of the purchase is based on fitness, and just trying to get more information than the step tracker on my iPhone. Anyways, I'm curious how the AW calculates resting calories. In other words, it seems when you first set up the Activity app, you enter in your age/height/weight/gender, etc. I'm assuming that's done to calculate your BMR. However, after that, when you're prompted to specify your activity level, does your answer get baked into the resting calories? Or does your activity level only set your daily calorie goals? It seems when the watch first came out, it had a lot of issues with resting calories that weren't resolved until watchOS 2. So I'm curious, at this time, what the default behavior is. Thanks!