I think I get what this guy is saying, but I kind of don't understand the stance completely. A lot of what the Watch does is blatantly apparent from Apple's videos. As a new product, I would say, it does take time for a device to have its calling card, but I just don't think it's that type of device to have buyer's remorse over within the first few months. Even if it was thinner and lighter and had longer battery (as you think with the second generation) how will that change what you can do with the it? Without these specific gripes, I think you would have reached the logical confusion people have with smartwatches, but by including these other downfalls, it doesn't really seem like the use of the device is really what you care about.