I do. I watched the whole unveil live yesterday and left disappointed or at least.. meh These guys went on and on and on and on with trite saying after trite saying and cliche video after cliche video and blah blah about "redefining smart phones" and there is really nothing here that redefines smart phones. In fact, it is much of the same and nothing that pushes new boundaries and thus, redefines smart phones. Battery size that is on par with others (even smaller than some), screen has been done, USA cpu has been done, 8mp camera has been done, body design is same old same old and not as visionary as they want to act like (a pebble or leaf inspire give me a f***** break, so stupid), actually a bit thicker than some others, same old 1gb and so on - average well established hardware trends already out right now. They may have added some cool software, but that does not sell me a phone and much is available in 3rd party or will be soon after so the nifty software will not be unique to them for long. You know, hours later, LG - with no lame orchestra pomp and circumstance - trumped Samsung with the simple press release about their new Optimus LTE2 that has virtually everything the SGS3 has. Wireless charging, which Samsung tried to act like yesterday was so unique to them, a bigger battery, nice design cues, a nice 2gb of RAM, etc. Point is, for USA, the SGS3 so did not live up to the hype as it did not "redefine" ay aspect of a smart phone and was just more of the same. No jaw dropping design, no 12mp camera, no 2gb of RAM, no quad core in USA - everything is already in play on other phones so what did the redefine? To much hype, no delivery.