Let's keep this thread 100% positive. Put your blinders on, and saddle up some happy thinking. Here's my official theory of positivity for those of us who received the E-mail of Death / in the 4/24-5/8 launch window, or are stuck in processing purgatory. Apple has been planning for this launch for 6 months. The largest company in the world with practically infinite resources, spent loads of energy and money market research to determine which models would be insanely popular. They were prepared. Apple, knowing what they knew, planned ahead, and moved large quantities of the more popular SKUs into place. (Namely the black bands) Notice how all of the Space Gray and Space Black Models, have no band variants? That's because they knew how popular it would be, and were able to create them en masse.(specifically the low end space gray sport, probably the most popular option of them all) There is no way that 1/5th of the manufactured sport models were space gray... I'd be willing to bet at least 50% of them were. That's also the reason they're available super ready available as in store display / preview models. Because apple has a ton of these bad boys ready. So. Since they were built out in large quantities, Apple was able to move them to staging areas around the country, similarly to how they've done in the past with iPhone launches. You'll see all the negative threads littered with past iPhone pre-orderers, saying "don't worry! Apple didn't charge me / giving me shipping info until the night before launch, and mine showed up on launch day!" Let's chose to believe these fine folks. Tonight, Apple will charge all of our cards, and then overnight them to us. They're all ready to go, just waiting for them to slap a label on and shove them on a plane or truck. You'll be playing with your watch by dinner time tomorrow. Email of Death? More like E-mail of "CHILL OUT. WE'RE . WE GOT THIS. TRUST US." Let's all calm down and take a chill pill, and assume the best. Apple hasn't officially let down us early adopters yet, let's assume they won't. Let's keep the positive theories coming. Please don't bring negativity in here, there are plenty of threads for that. (some of which I've admittedly participated in) Who else believes they're still going to get their Watch tomorrow? EDIT: The sold out statuses everywhere, are mostly just a marketing ploy to A) Under promise and Over deliver and B) To create perceived scarcity to increase sales.