FedEx just dropped off my 128 GB Pixel XL (Quite Black). Overall, I'm extremely impressed in my short time with it. Here are some initial thoughts on the device: It feels great in hand. Definitely feels like a premium device. Usability would be better without the large lower chin. It's similar to the iPhone 6/6s/7 Plus in that regard. Everyone needs to take a cue from Samsung on how to put a large screen into a smaller body. I never took issue with the look of the back of the phone, but it does look better in person. Screen: One of the best looking screens on a non-Samsung Android device yet. I had no problem seeing the screen in direct sunlight, but it doesn't get as bright as Samsung devices do. The fingerprint reader is just as good as the one in the Nexus 6P. You haven't experienced a truly snappy Android device until you've used a Pixel. I've had many Android devices that I thought were fast, but this has a level of polish and quickness I haven't seen until now. Initial camera impressions are very good. Slightly slower in most aspects than the S7/Note 7 camera, but final results are just as good. App installation is blazing fast. I've never seen apps install this fast on any phone, Android or iOS. Battery life: It's too early to really tell, especially since the first day is full of installing apps and tinkering with the phone. But my early impressions are great. From my first full charge down to 15%, I had 6 hours and 15 minutes of screen on time (on WiFi). I'll share more observations throughout the day. When you get your Pixel XL, chime in and let everyone know what you think!