I love my SGS, and kind of have been considering a SS version. But what stops me is - what happens when the next generation comes out? It's way too easy to get lost in the fashion/construction aspect, and to forget that this is a tech piece with a limited lifespan. It's not something that can be passed on to a child, and after all that fashion talk - who cares how pretty it looks once the OS stops being supported and the tech has moved on? It seems like the more I have it, the more I come to think taking a tech piece (especially when you're a company that prides itself on constantly improving), and adding a fashion/"timeless" aspect - is a huge mistake. I almost had my watch packed up and ready for an exchange, before the reality of that thought hit. So now I'm wondering - people who have already made that commitment - what are you planning to do with your watch once it's outdated? How far does the fashion aspect/construction go, once the OS is not supported and your battery is on life support? I can just picture in 10-15 years, someone handing their child their gen 1 Apple Watch - the battery being long dead, and wearable tech looking very different. What are you going to tell them? That it doesn't do anything or work, but has a sapphire display? Anyway, just thinking out loud..