After 6 years of using NRC (and the previous versions all the way back to Nike+iPod), I've finally made the move. Nike users from the early days will recall how much more reliable the old apps were, but as they've added more and more features, they've sacrificed app stability. Plus the website has been a mess for a long time, but at least it isn't written in Flash anymore. I've been slowly migrating my Nike data to other locations over the last year using SmashRun and RunGap. Recent updates to wOS has also improved 3rd app integration to the Apple Health/Activity. What I've been looking for is a decent running app that has iPhone and AW apps that work together. I also wanted a developer that isn't interested in locking my data onto their servers. Lastly, I didn't want to deal with a subscription service for features that are included in NRC (so that eliminated endomondo). A little research lead me to iSmoothRun. It's a $5, one-time purchase. It has auto-export of run data to the services I use (Nike and SmashRun). It seems to be developed by runners and/or fitness folks. And most of all, the apps works seamlessly between the iPhone and AW. I went for my first run this morning. I had a little glitch in the beginning when I was starting off. It started/paused a few times as I think I was double hitting the buttons. Eventually, I got it going. The GPS accuracy is dead-on ... at least it's consistent with the distances I've gotten with NRC. The AW screen display is simple, clear and readable. Auto-pause will take a little getting used to and I've got it set to the lowest time (5 seconds), but I think the pauses were accounted for correctly. Post run, I didn't have any issues exporting the run to SmashRun. It just showed up. The export to Nike was a little more eventful. It took about 5 minutes for the run to show up on NRC (and Nike.com). The map, HR, splits, etc. all came over as expected and accurately. But then NRC (on the iPhone) crashed and it would re-open. Killing the app didn't help. Re-booting didn't help. I had to update the app to get it to reopen. After reopening and looking and adding info to the run, it crashed again. It took a delete, reinstall of NRC to get it back working. I figured out what was causing the problem. Changing the shoe assignment does something to the data that causes a discrepancy between the app data and the server (at least that's my theory) and prevents the app from opening. So the moral of the story is to not mess with the shoes after the run is imported. Kinda a pain, but iSmoothRun tracks shoe mileage, so it's not lost data. RunGap doesn't import data from iSmoothRun, but it can get data from Health and NRC. The data from Health doesn't include the map (which is consistent with NRC and I'm guessing other 3rd party apps), but Nike does. The only thing is that you have to wait for the run to import into Nike before RunGap can access it. I suspect that I won't have to rely on RunGap anymore for exporting data, but RunGap does have a nice feature that will compare runs that have the same GPS map so you can easily compare the pace between runs. Anyways, after one use, I think I'm fully ready to stop using NRC to record my runs, but I'll still use it to keep my data and badges. SmashRun will by my primary repository for data. Hope this is informative for others that are looking for other app options for running.