I wear my AW on the left hand, so naturally I selected "Left Wrist" in the Watch app. My question is, if I were to continue wearing AW on my left wrist, but changed the settings in Watch app to "Right Wrist", would it affect the activity tracking etc measurements in any way? The reason why I'd do that is that sometimes when I raise my wrist toward me the display won't come on and it kind of annoys me that I would then have to twist my wrist (uncomfortably) by almost 90° to get the display to turn on (eg. when lying in bed, or sometimes when sb asks to see the watch and it's a bit embarrassing when the screen won't turn on and you then have to tap on the screen or wiggle your wrist again etc). So I noticed that if I wear it on the left hand but select "Right Wrist" it's a lot more responsive - i.e. the screen quickly turns on even at slight movements of the hand. Surely, this may take a hit on the battery but you get to see the display more often, which is a nice bonus when we cannot have the always-on display option. However, what I don't know is wearing on the left while telling the watch you're wearing it on the right would confuse the activity tracking measurements and whatnot? If that's the case then I suppose I'd rather change the settings back to "Left Wrist" rather than have incorrect activity tracking data. P.S.: FYI, this has nothing to do with crown orientation - I keep it normal - i.e. pointed outwards as on standard watches.