Does anyone know how to remove scratches from this soft aluminum and this type of stainless steel used in the Watches? It's certainly going to be an issue eventually. Rubbing compounds, types of tools, techniques? Also, if the DLC is more scratch resistant, but unrepairable, I rather not have it - provided repairing scratches in the non-DLC cases is doable. Thoughts? What I'm seeing on watch forums is - DLC comes in many levels of quality/durability - including some that will "eggshell" or crackle over time. Yikes - depending on the manufacturer. So it remains to be seen just how durable Apple's DLC will be. I sure don't want it if its not very good, or if they charge too much for it. I'm really leaning towards non-DLC as Apple's DLC will be an unknown for awhile. I sure hope there are publications out there that are willing to do realistic scratch testing.