Anyone else getting this A LOT with the watch? It's something I've noticed over time that there's been a big shift from people with iPhones thinking they're fancy to people without thinking they are sooo much better than the former. Just the other day I was in a tiling shop checking a message as I paid and a guy asked if that was an iPhone then gave me a lecture on why they are terrible and a Samsung is so much better. I just nodded and smiled, because apparently it's perfectly okay for a shop assistant to rip into a customers tech. I'm an early adopter, I got the first iPhone, iPad, I'll be getting the watch on launch day. I have absolutely no desire to sit flashing it at people, I want it because I love the look of the product, I know how useful I'm going to find it. I normally couldn't give a **** who sees me with it.... Except, now I'm nervous about getting the watch. I fully expect the first 3-6 months to be me hiding it from view anywhere public, because I know the disgusted looks that will be coming from people who think it's a gimmick, that I'm trying to be flash and to quote the guardian piece 'think I'm a tool for buying one'. I've had countless people saying I've got more money than sense for wanting one....these are people who'd just spent £500 on a pair of shoes, £80 on a haircut. My shoes cost £30 and I was miffed at paying that much. What I'm saying is, I do care what people think of me wearing it, but the complete opposite of what the many (MANY) negative tech articles have said. I don't want to be seen as a tool, I just want to go about my business and enjoy something that I find useful. What happened to 'to each their own'?