Hi everyone, I've been interested in the Apple Watch since it was first announced, and have been putting some money aside ever since. I now have enough to buy it - but after trying it on a couple of times, it turns out I'm now unsure whether to get it. On the one hand, this things just looks and feels like the future: I'd be aiming for the 42mm Sport model with the new Midnight Blue band, and I really like the way the silver aluminium looks. The operating system feels organic and looks super-clean and is brimming with personality. I run a lot, so I would totally dig the running features, and I really dislike my habit of always checking my phone so I hope that notifications would be cool too. Having my Todoist right on my wrist would be great too. But then there's the other stuff: it's quite a lot of money, it often needs the iPhone to be on you, and most of my socket ports have already been taken up with other Apple plugs. It also feels odd to be wearing a piece of technology that millions of others will also have, and that you are dedicating yourself to. If there's quirks about your iPad or computer, it's annoying - but if there's things about the Watch that annoy you, it's made even worse by the fact it's strapped to your arm for almost all the time you're awake. Some people here have presumably had the Watch since launch - and guessing it's something you'd perhaps keep for 2-3 years - you might have had it for as much of a quarter of its ownership cycle. Are you happy you got it? What would you say to me? Also, with the recent watchOS wi-fi update, as long as you're in a wi-fi hotspot, do you essentially get all the function of the watch?