I see what you're saying better now Reno, and I'm glad you're not complaining just because you aren't getting all
the traffic any more... ;)
That's what worries me -- if it's done
I think the definition of the word 'done' could probably be interpreted... By done I think they mean it's present through out the system, so the 'integration is complete on all datacenters', which I think is a good think, because now the 'dial turning' can begin.
So, to me, them saying it's 'done' is a good thing because now it's an 'adjustment and fine tuning' situation rather than more implementation.
I think this is why we hear quite a bit of 'they can't keep doing this ... Google's broken' when they are implementing a new piece to the puzzle and right after they get 'done', because Cutts also says there are about 400 minor algo adjustments a year, and once a rollout is 'done' it can be tuned with the adjustments. So, I think 'done' is subjective, and 'done' to Google may not mean exactly the same as 'done' would mean to the rest of us, because 'done' seems to imply stagnant, set, not-changing, but what it really means IMO is 'there in the algo for G to adjust, edit, fine tune, update slightly, etc.'