Given the current state of Apple's "Sleep Tracking", no, I'll continue to use Sleepwatch. However, if Apple figures out how to actually TRACK SLEEP, rather than time in bed, if they figure out how to track the various stages of sleep like Fitbit, Garmin, and Samsung (among others) have done, then maybe I'll look at it again, but as it stands, it's right up there with "Hand washing timer"..
After reading about orthosomnia, I think I will stop. I pretty much figured out that if I stop having alcohol before like 2pm and get in bed by 9pm, I’m usually good. A good sleep routine and abstaining from too much drinking is what I got out of tracking my sleep for six months and reading Walker’s Why We Sleep book. Sleep is definitely important, but it’s become a big money maker for tech. I like that Apple isn’t scoring your sleep though and pushing for tech detox in the evening. Ultimately, it’s just self control. Plus I have little kids - so sleep is always subject to their nights.
Unlikely - mainly because by the time I get to bed I've usually not noticed that my watch needs charging. Sleep tracking is only really useful if its done every day in order to pick up on patterns/trends. As soon as you start missing a few days a week it can't possibly be that insightful.