The (discontinued) Microsoft SPOT Watch (which I still have 2 of because I worked on the design of the interface) from 2003, came with an inductive charging stand. Nothing to snap into, no clicking anything. You just hung the watch on the stand, like a small black plastic shelf type thing, and it charged. How is it that 12 years later, charging the Watch is more involved? I think the magnetic disk is cool for travel, but for a desktop or bedside charger, an option of just laying the watch on its side on an inductive tray or pillow would be sweet. Too costly? Why else?