I love this watch. I read the independent reviews online before purchasing, so I knew the incredible amount of features it has. After reading the negative product reviews on Amazon, I was a little concerned about my ability to learn the settings. However, after some quick Google searches and watching some videos on YouTube, harnessing the S60's capabilities really wasn't that hard. You just have to have some patience to learn - this watch can do a LOT of stuff. After a week of use so far:Pros: the golf functions are flawless. I spent a round on the course messing around with it. Yardage readings were extremely accurate and it was perfectly visible in direct sunlight. It was also cool (or embarrassing) to see the yardage of each shot automatically, without having to touch any buttons. the watch is versatile. It's a lot lighter than I expected, for a device with so many options. It feels the same as my FitBit Blaze, as far as size and weight. There are also over a hundred watch faces to choose from, so you can easily change the appearance on a whim. Install the Garmin Face-It app, and you can create your own custom face (included a pic of one I created). having used FitBit products for the last 4yrs, I honestly thing the Garmin is a more-accurate step tracker. I noticed my FitBit would register 5-8 'phantom' steps during my 45min commute in the car. I don't know if that's due to vibration in the steering wheel, 'lively hand motions' to other motorists, or whatever. I notice that the Garmin doesn't give me any 'bonus' steps. When wearing them at the same time and actually counting steps, the Garmin was more accurate by a couple of steps. fantastic battery life. I've worn it eight straight days, including a round of golf, and still haven't needed to recharge. Based on my usage, it uses less than 10% a day (I've just used it as a watch today, and it's only used 3% in the 14hrs I've been awake). Utilizing the GPS and golf features during a round of golf will burn 25-35% - I was messing with it constantly during my round, and it used 30%.Cons: it ain't cheap even though it's pricey, it doesn't include a heart monitor - the only thing I miss from my FitBit. You can add an accessory for that functionfor an additional price. it's app-happy. I had to install three apps to cover the features I wanted to utilize; Garmin Connect (most of the general settings/features), Garmin Golf (granular golf tracking/stats) and Garmin Face-It (custom watch faces).In the end, I have no regrets over the purchase. I love it.