So, here's the deal. I'm 5' 10". Weight is 295. I'm 54 years old. Male. I thought my resting calories were way off in iOs 8.xx and Watch OS 1.0.1. Others were having this issue, and I saw reports saying it was fixed in the new software. The watch captures active calories and sends the info to the Activity App. I ASSUME the Activity app on the iPhone calculates the resting calories from your personal data (height, weight, age). In iOS 9, resting calories is gone but total calories is there. Resting calories should be Total - Active. Yesterday, I had 516 active calories for the day (I know, not much). My TOTAL calories for the day shows as: 4,712 calories!!!!! That puts resting calories at: 4,196 calories!!!!??! Can someone point me to a calorie calculator somewhere, anywhere, that comes up with a number like this?? I'm not sure where to go next. In the past, folks had talked to Apple and been told they were working on it. Is this working on it? Am I mistaken in assuming the watch has no part in the resting calorie calculation? If Watch OS2 fixes this, then I guess my assumption is wrong. But right now, I don't know. Can anyone shed any light on this? Thanks.