Some of you guys want 200m water resistance, although others are hoping for making it swim-proof, which is much more reasonable, IMO. I'll ask the hard question first: How do you operate a capacitive touchscreen while underwater? The other problems — sturdy crystal, redundant seals, buttons physically separate from the inner chamber — have all been solved for traditional watches decades ago. Do any electronic dive watches have touch screens which work underwater? I watched Tissot's entire promotional video here without seeing a single instance of actually using the touch-sensitive crystal: http://www.ablogtowatch.com/tissot-sea-touch-diving-watch-officially-announced/ So, I'll ask again -- can a capacitive touch display, especially with Force Touch, be made to function while submerged?