agreed, there isn't much I'd change.
I did actually have the baro sensor die on my 935 about three weeks ago.
Of course Garmin replaced it without charge despite it being well outside the warranty time frame. Hell, I got the 935 for free when my 920 died and got the 920 free after multiple 910 deaths.
Garmin is rock solid on the support front.
in the US maybe.
i'm in NZ. i also had my 935 barometer die, well within warranty. it took a couple of months of fighting to get response from garmin before they eventually agreed to replace it - not so much failing to honor warranty as just messing me around. they then left me with no watch for nearly 2 weeks while they went through their returns process before sending me out a reconditioned watch.
this is after i bought my 935 having had my 920 GPS become unreliable and since it was out of warranty they were only willing to charge me a significant amount for a reconditioned 920.
i'd drop garmin in a heartbeat if there was any real competition