I was just at the Doncaster store in Melbourne and got to try one a few apple watches. Here are some things you might want to know if you won't get a chance to try one on before you purchase: Size: The 38mm is VERY SMALL. Now I myself have a very small wrist so I decided to try on the 38 first and while its a nice size, i feel that it looks like it was made for a woman's wrist than a male's. The 42mm is just perfect. I don't know what it is about seeing it online but they seem huge in photos. It's definitely not as big as it looks on some sites. Bands: I was torn between the Milanese loop and SS Link bracelet. Both of these look just AMAZING in person. The deciding factor for me is the price and comfort of these bands. The Milanese loop is the most comfortable watchband i have ever worn. Someone should make underwear out of this stuff It just fits perfectly around your wrist no matter the shape or size and it looks classy as hell. In a perfect world, i would own both but $1049 versus $1479 is a no brainer for me. Quality: I cannot stress how good the quality of this watch feels, from the sports model to the stainless steel. It just feels like you are wearing a watch. Not a smartwatch. Even the weight of the stainless steel feels like my breightling. I didn't even bother asking to see the Edition watch for obvious reasons but it did look pretty nice. Not $14000 nice. But nice. So for me it's the 42mm stainless with the milanese loop (Even with my girly wrists ) For those who have been asking: My wrist is around 175mm in circumference and around 65mm from the top of my wrist to the bottom ( where the watch actually sits).