I'd love to see Apple put in a feature to lock the touchscreen with a long press no matter what state the watch is in. It could be unlocked by another long press. Let me explain why... I've posted in other threads about AW not performing well for me during cold weather running. It worked well for me in the warm weather but as soon as I started wearing long sleeves, I found out that sweaty long sleeves caused swipes that put the watch in unexpected states. I usually wear my Garmin and my AW when I run. If I want to see what time it is, I raise, jiggle and sometimes have to tap my AW. If I want to see my pace, elapsed time and distance I glance at my Garmin and as long as it is light out I know all three within half a second. If it's dark out I have to find the button to turn on the light on the Garmin. Then there's everyday use. I really like having texts come to my AW and I often reply to them either with canned responses (of which I've edited a few) or with voice to Siri. I really like the weather except when it's slow. I really like the watch face most of the time. Recently I bought a new winter coat. It's a Marmot snowboarding jacket. I had a Patagonia but took it back and got the Marmot. The issue is the Marmot has aggressively small elastic around the sleeves. It hangs on my Garmin and the most it can do is inadvertently start or stop the timer. But my AW finds itself completely clueless when the tight elastic band passes over it. I glance down to see my calendar, or stock report or weather when all I really wanted to see was what time it is. If only the watch could be put in a mode where it ignored unintentional swipes that might be caused by long sleeves or squeezing by somebody on a crowded subway, I wouldn't grow so tired of it when wearing my winter coat and who knows, I might even consider using it for running again in cold weather. Of course a more robust touchscreen that didn't mistake so many things for touches and swipes would help but I'm looking for an improvement that doesn't require me to go out and buy a newer watch.