There has been a lot of discussion across several threads about some people receiving their watches before others who ordered sooner (based on email time stamps). I asked in another thread if it had ever been shown definitively that the time stamp on the confirmation is an accurate representation of the order time? In an effort to answer my own question, I just conducted a simple experiment. I sent out an email from my work email address to two of my personal email addresses provided by two different services (cox.net and gmail.com) and checked the time stamp on each. cox.net showed a timestamp of 13:07:48 (converted to CDT) gmail.com showed a timestamp of 13:08:02 (converted to CDT) A difference of 19 seconds. Just something to think about.