I've had my apple sport for a couple days now. I'm really enjoying not having to have my phone on me all the time while I am home. Over all pretty pleased I did notice a couple things though. I apologize if this has been mentioned. But I'll share anyways. When driving, I noticed the watch tends to go on and off because sometimes as I turn the wheel, the watch thinks I want to see the time. I wonder how much of a drain on the battery this over time? Bothers me now, but maybe with time I'll learn to ignore the "false on." Seems not quite worth the trouble to turn wrist detection on and off every time I drive. Also, the gym. I find when I doing some free weight exercises the watch turns on for the same reasons as mentioned just above. I suppose it's possible to turn off wrist detection every time I go to the gym... Or I could just live with it. That said I do enjoy using wrist detection in most other situations. Nice to not have to tap the screen to view the time. Is there a watch face that would use the LEAST amount of battery? Do complications on the watch face (weather, moon) drain the battery more than if there were no complications? I normally find myself drifting between the modular (only to show time and date, no complications) and the solar watch faces. I'd be curious to know if anyone had their own revelant insights For those who don't have the watch yet, I hope you get it soon!