The biggest flaw I see for the Watch is the lack of T9 typing. I really don't like using Siri. I think there's a consensus that Google Glass failed because it's socially awkward. Talking into your wrist in a public place is pretty awkward (altho not as off-putting as Glass). The lock screen of the Watch fits a T9 pad. I think it could definitely work, at least on the 42mm size watch. I don't know about the 38mm. Maybe it's being held back because Apple wants to preserve battery life. They are pretty aggressive about shutting off the screen. And I could see that power texters would start complaining about battery life if the watch craps out 4 hours into the day after 300+ text messages. All I'm looking for is to be able to type out some short messages without having to talk to Siri. Siri is still a beta product to me. Now I know that Apple isn't going to cater to niche uses on the Watch. I'm just hoping that T9 typing *isn't* a niche use, that there is enough demand for it, and Apple is taking the same approach as it did with copy/paste on the original iPhone. That is, Apple knows there's a need, and is going to wait until it gets the implementation down right before it rolls it out. Am I alone? Anyone else want T9 typing on the Watch, especially for the Messages app?