Having owned every iPhone and iPad iteration, the Watch looks an awful lot like a typical 1st gen Apple device to me. Rounded corners, puffy, a little overweight. (Kinda like me, come to think of it.) I gave Apple a sleekness pass on the iPhone 1st gen, even though it looked a bit chunky, as it was such groundbreaking technology, but I had a sneaking suspicion that the iPad 1 was purposely fattened up and weighted down a bit, so as to *really* get the drool flowing for the lighter sleeker iPad 2, which as we know was the runaway smash that put an tablet in more people's hands than perhaps any tablet has since. The iPad Air 2 is, 5 years later, practically magical. Fast, ridiculously thin, and although it could still probably be a bit lighter, very light. Even though it will likely come, it's hard to imagine another iPad that will make the Air 2 seem fat, heavy, and slow. It is not hard, however, to imagine a future Watch that will make the first gen feel fat, heavy, and slow. So will we have to wait 5 years to get an Watch that feels as miraculous as an iPad Air 2? Or will Apple fast track the watch's diet and speed boost in a V2 or V3 model, because technology is moving faster now than it did 5 years ago, or because it needs to, to maintain interest in a watch that everyone wanted, but less than everyone seems blown away by?