Bam! They've been camouflaged for increased urban stealth!
Putting them on I noticed right away that they were definitely a lot more snug, especially in the right foot. The left feels great but the right feels a bit tight and possibly a bit short. My toes are brushing against the top of the toe pockets and when I flex they are right up against them. This concerned me but a few other owners I talked to said to give them time and they should loosen up.
Today I took them on their first run; a 2.25 mile jaunt around town. Oh the joy! Oh the freedom! Oh the pain! I have to keep myself in check or else I'm going to blow out a calf muscle. The issues with the length of the shoes didn't seem to come in to play at all; I didn't notice any pain or discomfort in my toes. I did start to feel some cramping in the pad of my right foot because the shoe is a bit tight, but I am hopeful that it is something that will work itself out as the shoe stretches.
Overall I was happy with their performance on the first run. It certainly is going to take some time to get used to and I need to build up what I thought were some pretty strong calves so that I can cut free and really get out running. These things are so light that it really does feel like there is nothing on my feet. What a feeling.