I think it's fair to say that Microsoft's SPOT watch initiative hasn't exactly resonated with users, due largely to the gargantuan sizes of the watches, which has forced the company's partners to market them only to niche watch markets in which large watches are a way of life (think extreme sports). Well, SPOT 2.0 is on the way, and watches based on the new version will sport "more ergonomic" designs, color screens, and other features. Note to Microsoft: If these things aren't demonstrably smaller, you need to just give it up. I think the market has already absorbed as many enormous watches as it can handle