Hello, all. Long time lurker, first time poster... I have pretty much bought every 1st (and 2nd, and 3rd, etc) generation Apple has sold in the last 20 years and after owning a Pebble, Samsung Gear 2, Samsung Gear S, and an LG G Watch, I could not wait for the Apple Watch. I have read many posts from folks that say that even though apps are very slow to respond and sometimes not responsive at all, that for a 1.0 product, this is acceptable... Really? This has never been acceptable for a product Apple has released. Every time I have bought an iPhone, iPad, new App Store, iBooks, anything, it worked perfectly right out of the gate. And I am not a casual user. I have both a 128GB iPhone 6+ and iPad Air 2 loaded with games, application, etc... I pretty much do everything I can on Apple products... I am about as big of an Apple fanboy as you get, while still being able to appreciate other competing technology. I digress... I am not sure if it is the Quality Control that Apple put in to the application approval process or the applications themselves or what it is, but the Watch does not seem 100% ready for prime time. I know this has been said 100 times before, but the Apple built in applications work as expected, however sometimes loading my weather, sports scores, news, etc is a lesson in patience. I know I am not supposed to use these as "stand alone" applications and only as glances, but shouldn't I be able to access a glance without watching a spinning ball for 30 seconds or more sometimes? If we are supposed to use the watch in 15 second glances as Apple said we were, Applications should load much quicker and be more responsive. I don't mean to offend anyone and I am not returning my watch, but as a true Apple Fanboy for 20 years, this may be the first product that I can honestly say I don't think is ready for primetime. Maybe if Apple released this as a watch without 3rd party apps (similar to the original iPhone) and baked the application store in later once there was more time to make sure it worked perfectly 100% of the time, it would be more acceptable, but to me, this seems more like a .80 product launch instead of a 1.0 product launch. Thanks for listening.