I have used AW for a full day. Some random thoughts from new user: I didn't expect to like the notifications feature as much as I do. I have to find the sweet spot for apps from which I want to receive notifications. I am sending emails to archive frequently so it's helping my general email organization. Yesterday I got a semi emergency call from my son and I surely would have missed without my watch. I keep my iPhone in handbag and am notorious for having it on silent mode. The only bad part about it was that I was at Whole Foods and just about ready to order a beer (I had actually ordered it and guy was just about to pour) when I received call and had to leave immediately to pick up son. So I missed having my beer. I love the activity app. It's the primary reason I bought AW - to monitor some health data. Last night when I went upstairs and was getting ready for bed, I had met 2 of the goals but had 13 minutes left for exercise. I really wanted all three rings so I got those 13 minutes in (actually probably closer to 17 minutes, as it didn't initially register my activity ... maybe heart rate has to increase?). I'm not used to wearing a watch, so I'm still getting use to the feel. This is going to end up costing me way more than the $250 I paid for watch. I have already bought an extra band, a bluetooth headset. Then I had to buy new running shoes. I will probably get about 5 more bands (maybe more). I still need to get a holder for nightstand and probably a second charger. I have also decided I need a new nightstand. However, if this saves me even one trip to the ER for SVT (rapid heart rate) episodes, that's about $2500 - 4000 right there. High deductible insurance and co-pays add up (10% of 10,000 is still a lot of money). I used my watch at Target to provide my Target Redperks card. Easier than having to find on phone. My first outing was to sport store for trainers and the cashier remarked that she loved my watch. Then it was off to Target and the cashier was impressed with scanning Redperks card from watch. I think I have to choose between having Apple Pay on but having a passcode vs. not using Apple Pay and not having a passcode. I wish I could use Apple Pay without a passcode.