Time will tell...but if the "leaked" early info regarding tracking information is correct...Apple shipped the watches very different than they have the iPhones before them. Let me explain. When the iPhones were shipped - the nuttier of us (myself included) got our tracking number, figured out which plane it was on, tracked it as it landed in Asia, Anchorage and then Louisville, then our home hub etc. etc. UPS used primarily the Worldwide Expedited Service - but for some they used their Worldwide Save and Worldwide Express services. (We are leaving FedEx out of this for now.) The new "leaks" are indicating a domestic service - Next Day Air Saver. This service is not an International service. If true, this means that Apple shipped watches as a unit - or containers in a unit - without tracking numbers/labels addressed to your home. Once the watches land in the U.S., they are getting domestic tracking numbers for services such as Next Day Air Saver. This would go a long way to explaining why we haven't had the pleasure of getting tracking numbers earlier and stalking every UPS plane in the air. If we start seeing domestic services on our real tracking numbers when we get them - we will know this is how they shipped the early watches. I do not suggest they will ship them all this way - but that for those that understand the shipping world - this would explain what we are seeing. If the leaked info is wrong - well - then chalk this up to early watch hysteria - of which I am undeniably a victim. Cheers!