I'm a few weeks into owning a 42mm stainless black with link band. In person it really is a fine looking piece, much better than in the pics. I regret the purchase though. Unlike most Apple purchases, where I see a real compelling use to put the product to (think iMac, iPhone) that then end up being useful for more things than I'd initially considered, this watch was more like the iPod for me, where I bought a 3rd gen unit, and then it sat unused because I really didn't have a good environment where I could put it to use, and no further uses developed over time. So what can I do with this thing? Unlike just about everyone here, I don't use ApplePay, and I never will. I won't answer a call on the watch, because I'm not going to be the guy sitting there in public yelling at his wrist. And I have no use for Siri or any digital assistant on any platform. I don't use the activity tracker. In my typical day, the tracker would watch me for about 10 minutes and say "um, you got this" before going to cry in the corner. I'm also not a fan of something tracking anything I do. Turn by turn directions? Seriously, do people not look at maps before going to places? If I'm going somewhere unfamiliar I get the basic map picture in my head and then memorize a few street names before every turn. It works every time. If I really need to, I'll look at the map on my phone, where I can see details instead of having some 'assistant' insist that I'm in the right or wrong place. In any case, Location Services are ALWAYS disabled on my devices. As far as I know, anyway. Calendars and Reminders... It's kind of useless to bring up any kind of app that would involve productivity; I can't wear the watch at work since it would get damaged within the first couple of hours hours and there's nothing I could do to prevent it. I have my phone in a Defender case and I still worry about it daily when I'm on the job. I do like the various watch faces and complications. Seeing Mickey tapping his foot makes me smile. The weather app implementation is very cool. Raise to wake is neat. Checking caller ID from the wrist is neat. Aside from these few things - and telling the time - this has proved to be a very expensive fashion piece. I'm just venting here, I guess, but I feel like I'm trolling. Sorry if anyone gets that impression. I guess what I'm saying is can anyone provide a compelling use for the Watch to a person who values their privacy?