It's good that the watch has no moving parts, because if you can run with it you can at least listen to music while trying to escape the people who will surely try to chase you down and pummel you for wearing something so ridiculous. What is the point of this thing, anyway? It stores half as much music as a Rio-esque device, and with a Rio you don't have to worry about that pesky "watch with headphones makes you look like a dork" effect. They seem to tout the weight (70 grams) of the thing as an advantage. Umm, if the weight of a Rio is too much for you, you probably shouldn't be jogging in the first place.