I love the idea of "at a glance notifications" but I do not want to start reading my text messages and my emails once or twice because the notifications "came in" on the iPhone's lockscreen as well... That would really annoy my general experience with the watch. Is this inevitable? Do we know how it'll be handled? Should I start "filtering" what comes in on my phone? Because if my watch looks anything like my notification center on my iPhone it's gonna be A MESS!! I better take a visit to the notifications tab in my iPhone's setting because this will take FOREVER And I'm sure I'm not only speaking for myself here. My iPhone is an attention whore!....But I think it can be fixed....and I'm sort of hoping the Apple Watch is there to filter all that crap... Sort of a smart way of informing me. To add to this already complex issue, the watch being much more intimate device one may want to see notifications they usually wouldn't want appearing on their iPhone (AKA the personal stuff).. Will it be all or nothing? Or can we filter? When I really think about it; Why would I want my phone to ring, vibe or flick on while wearing the watch? I believe the logical thing to do would be to forward everything to the Apple Watch when one wears it, iPhone is basically on DND and has the Watch is taken off the iPhone takes over for notifications. (my theory is good but maybe not optimal for answering phone calls.. maybe a button "Answer on iPhone"?) Again.. what do we know?/think?