I figured since most happy users don't post about it, I'd share a non-complaint thread about the Apple Watch It took me a few weeks to break the habit of trying to check my phone for missed notifications. I filtered what goes to the watch as the high priority notifications only. This takes a little inbox and folder control of your mail settings. (Forum replies for example go into a "Forums" folder so I don't get those notifications on my watch) The big issue with randomly checking my phone for notifications is that it sucks you in! Once you have the phone in your hand........you may as well take a quick look at Facebook, follow up on those forum emails, see if there is any new news articles, etc. With the watch I can't give into this temptation. All I get is the important things I want. Since I can't go deeper down the rabbit hole, I don't. The urge to "make sure I didn't miss something" is going away as I get used to the watch. I've been surprised at how many texts I can really reply with the simple quick replies. "thank you" , "Ok", etc. Which again, keeps my phone in my pocket/bag and cuts off the temptation to "do something else" with it. In conclusion, the use of the watch has reduced the total time I'm engaged with my phone. I only check the non-essentials when I really have the time to do it. Often sitting down with my iPad to check those non-essential things.