This is a bit of wishful thinking, but since there will probably be about a month between the Spring Forward event and the Apple Watch release date I'm hoping that Apple will set up demo models in the stores prior to the pre-order date. This will allow users to try out the different watch materials, sizes, and bands to pick out exactly what they want before pre-ordering. The demo units don't even need to be working units, but just enough to give us an idea of the aesthetics. If they don't do this and still allow for pre-orders, people are going to have to just guess and hope they like what they pre-order. If they don't do this and not do pre-orders, the Apple Stores will be crazy on launch day as everyone will be wanting to try it out before they buy. There's typically only 1-2 weeks between a keynote event and a product launch, but all rumors are suggesting an early April launch for the Apple Watch. Why give 3-4 weeks between the event and the launch? Thoughts?