Hey All, Just figured I'd share my findings on a particular issue I noticed with my watch, the current status of the situation, and what Apple's doing about it. I noticed a very odd anomaly on my watch screen, which I figured was a possible scratch. Being that I have a 42mm SS Apple Watch with a Sapphire Screen, I tried to think back to what I might've banged it on that would've caused it, but couldn't think of a single instance that would've caused any damage to my watch. I decided it'd be best to go to an Apple Store for verification that I wasn't crazy. I went to the Apple Store in Los Gatos, CA, and had a Genius look at it. They noticed something I didn't: The anomaly/scratch only appears when oils and fingerprints are applied to the display face, but the anomaly isn't viewable at all once the display has been cleaned with a microfiber cloth. This includes looking at the display from a variety of light sources, which eased my immediate concern. The Genius then said that he'd probably replace such a thing since Apple's teams want examples of 'defective or bad devices', but they didn't have any additional replacement devices on hand in the Apple Store (I was expecting this). They suggested that I reach out to support via their webpage for assistance. Please note that this was NOT a scheduled appointment, and while they didn't record their findings, their guidance and help in zeroing in on the issue was pretty quick. Pictures of the issue are below. (apologies if it's hard to show properly, but this does help indicate the issue a bit) Note that this doesn't show up except in (in)direct light, so I had to use my lamp to show the issue a bit more clearly. Please note that in 2 of the images, I swiped up and down with my finger (and you can see the fingerprint/oil patterns as a result of that. In the third image, I swiped left and right to show that the issue remains. Once again, with the display cleaned with a microfiber cloth, the display looks 100% fine with no blemishes or any 'scratches' or 'anomalies'. After speaking to a person on chat and sending them the attached pictures of the issue, they're scheduling a callback tomorrow morning at 10-10:15am PST to discuss the issue further to collect additional information. I'll update my post with more information depending once they reach out tomorrow and provide me their plan of action. PS: Before any flame wars or toxic people join into this thread, I understand this is a very minor cosmetic issue, and I am in no way demanding a replacement from Apple immediately. I have told both their chat support folks, and even the people in the Stores that I am in no rush to replace my device, and I just want to make sure that my feedback and issues are reported to the right people so others devices don't suffer the same fate as mine.