I wound up winning with 14 categories guessed correctly. (And guessing played a big role. The only reason I won with the Short Animated Film, Short Live Action Film and Documentary Short categories is because I blindly happened to guess the right films.)
The show was all right. Not spectacular, but not please-kill-me either. Jon Stewart did a great job (I loved the "Bad Dreams in Hollywood" montage), Bruce Villanch's "comedy" writing failed on the same massive level it does every year, and Hollywood marches on.
I didn't realize Hollywood had such slow delivery services, though. The Oscar Tilda Swinton should have won in 1992 for Orlando took until last night to show up!
I felt bad for Marketa Irglova when she didn't get to speak after she and Glen Hansard won for Original Song, but Jon Stewart kindly brought her back out onto the stage after the commercial break. I wanted her to launch into some kind of lunatic anti-Semitic rant then, just because it would have been funny.