I ordered my 42mm Sport with white band on April 26th and already received it today. I guess I'm one of the lucky ones! Here are some of my first impressions/grievances. Call Volume: The maximum call volume just simply isn't loud enough, you have to be in a quiet room to hear it, and even then it's a bit of struggle to hear it. If you're shuffling papers around or something that might create enough noise to make it difficult to hear. I don't know if the physical speaker itself is actually that quiet, or if Apple artificially limits the max call volume and just made it too low and will fix it in a future software update, hoping for the latter. Activate on wrist raise: Highly inaccurate, I shut this feature off. The screen was constantly turning on and off when it wasn't supposed to and wearing down the battery. What sucks is that even when this feature is turned off and you have to tap the screen to turn it on, the watch still attempts to figure out when you're putting your arm down and tries to shut off the screen automatically. This sucks because if I'm laying down and I tap on the screen to check something, it'll just accidentally shut itself off in half a second because it thinks I put my arm down and I have to tap it again. In my opinion, if you shut off the activate on wrist raise feature you should have to manually shut off the screen with your palm as well. If you don't want it automatically turning on, why would you want it automatically turn off?? This makes no sense. Another thing that needs to be addressed in an update, alone with the overall accuracy of the activate on wrist feature. I'd like to be able to turn this feature back on because it's very convenient when it works, and I feel that any real watch should be ready to work the moment you glance at it. Email: It shows all inboxes together, won't let you view your accounts separately. Hey Siri: Works like CRAP. And yes, I know the screen has to be turned on first. It only works about half the time, even in a quiet room. It's like sometimes it just forgets to listen. Despite all this, the Watch is a very convenient device and I LOVE having notifications on my wrist. My iPhone usage has already decreased and I actually feel freed from my phone in a way, as weird as that may sound. You would think having notifications on your wrist all day would have the opposite effect, but it doesn't. I love this thing! I'm waiting on my third party black leather band and stainless steal link band but the white sport band looks great. Just my 2 cents. Great device, probably won't ever be without one again, but Apple needs to roll out some software updates ASAP. I'm excited to see the Apple Watch platform mature over the upcoming months and years and I'm happy to be an early adopter. Edit: One more thought. I have a pretty small wrist and I think the 42mm is the perfect size. 38mm is tiny, even for me.