Had to share my Apple Watch experience from tonight. Pictures don't really do it justice. If you can, make an appointment and try this thing on. Worth it. 1. Just incredible attention to detail during the appointment in how the watch is presented. Intimate appointment for an intimate device. 2. The difference in weight between Steel and Sport is quite noticeable. The Steel feels more like a watch and Sport more like a fitness tracker. 3. Neither the 38 or 42 are really all that big. I was quite surprised at just how small the 38 felt in hand. The 42 is definitely the one to own, even for most women. 4. Thickness is not really that noticeable when the band is tightened like it's supposed to. 5. Milanese loop has to be tightened all the way but still feels somewhat loose, and looks a bit weird on the arm IMO. I was a big fan but will not be purchasing it. 6. The "rubber" bands are simply incredible. They don't give a flimsy impression at all and feel very nice on your arm. 7. Navigation is not really that difficult to figure out. It's just some new elements that once learned will make for very quick operation of the watch. 8. Absolutely zero lag on the live model that I played with, albeit no 3rd party apps were installed on it. But the UI is surprisingly lively and easy to read. 9. The Space Gray Sport is my favorite due to its looks and weight. For my lifestyle, the Sport should be the more enjoyable model. 10. Interesting fact that I wasn't aware of is that you can use the Watch for Apple Pay (once enabled and cards added) without having your iPhone on you. Also why iPhone 5 users will have access to Apple Pay with the watch. Lastly, and this cannot be overstated, you definitely need to see it to really get a true appreciation for it. After my appointment, I'm even more excited to get in on the 24th.