The AppFour Launcher is a lot less "heavy" than Wear Mini Launcher. What I like about it over stock is that it can display three columns of icons (in addition to the single column). If you tap and hold an icon you can hide it or mark it as a favorite (so it will stay at the top of the list). But that's really about it, so it's no where near as cumbersome to configure as Wear Mini Launcher. I'll probably keep it installed. Right now I'm using the stock launcher and the AppFour Launcher about 50/50. If I find myself using the stock launcher more, I'll probably just remove the AppFour one. Wow, you seem to have found a genuine bug -- at least in the Asus watchface, if not actually Wear 2.0. Not that it does you much good, but you can at least brag about it, right? I did notice that you could put an app icon on watch faces now! That's sweet! I'm still using Pujie Black at the moment. I modified a dual face watch face that was shared on the Pujie Black Google+ group. I rearranged a few things, but also changed the color from a dim greenish/grey LCD look to a brighter blue, which is easier to read in bright sun light, etc. I switch watch faces a lot though, so this should be considered my flavor of the week. I do find myself using a lot of the included Asus faces now.