For me it's early in the AM, so let's say yesterday (Friday) I spoke with a Motorola rep regarding a charger question that I had. I wanted to get an additional USB cable to use, in addition to the original cable that came with my Razr Maxx in June. I looked through the accessories that were available for the DRM on the Moto website. I could only find the wall charger (which I know that everyone says must be used exclusively in order not to damage the device). Although they show hdmi cables and car chargers, no USB cables.
So that prompted my call. The agent informed me that any USB cable with the proper connections would work, even the Blackberry cables (of which I have a bunch). The only requirement was to use the wall adapter that came with the phone. I believe that he said that this setup would work with the original Razr and Razr Maxx, but not with the M or the HD.
So while I was on the phone with him (and he sounded very knowledgeable about things) I asked about the status of the Jelly Bean update. He said that it has already started and is rolling out a little at a time. I clarified that he wasn't talking about the Christmas Eve erroneous release and he said that "no, that was a mistake" and then he went on to say that it has already started to go out in select areas to a certain number of people and that it should be fully released within the next couple of weeks. Again I attempted to clarify what the exact time frame was and he seemed to be emphatic about just a couple which meant 2 weeks maximum to me.
If this is the case, then it will certainly be better than March 31st at 11:59 PM!
Now I just recently received my wonderful "like new replacement" about a week ago. For me personally, and I cannot speak for anyone else, I was glad that I was in a position to receive the replacement under the warranty (i.e. my device was stock). Hopefully I will soon receive the upgrade and move on from there. I have to admit, had I rooted the darn thing, my time restoring everything no doubt would have been a fraction of the time that I spent restoring everything back to the way it was on the original device.