So, I got:
-Zelda Special (non-Master) Edition
-Princess Zelda Amiibo
-Shovel Knight Treasure Trove
LOVE having Fast Racing on the go. Runs silky smooth. I swear Shin'en is the new Factor 5, their stuff looks awesome. It may just be me, but RMX doesn't seem to punish you quite as harshly as Neo for crashing.
Zelda is Zelda. Excellent. AND LIMITLESS BOMBS, that helps offset the whole weapon durability crap. The game chugs a little at random grassy spots but it is very rare. You have to progress a while before you can scan Amiibo. Special Edition's carrying case has a velcro strap to hold the Switch in place on one side, a mesh pocket for accessories in the other, and cloth straps in the middle to hold game cards. The map/tapestry looks water damaged, it's a thing I guess.
Switch signs into your Nintendo Account (as in My Nintendo rewards), NOT Nintendo Network ID. You can give it your NNID to merge wallets (and it is a merge, not a transfer), but that's it. Friends will be suggested if you're already connected in Nintendo's mobile phone games (which is hilarious since being Friends in Fire Emblem Heroes means ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, that game asks you to send a friend request after literally every single Arena duel). There is no importing from social media, Miiverse, or Nintendo Network.
Physical games can be registered for My Nintendo points through the system menu.
Image sharing links to either Facebook or Twitter. Twitter will auto-hashtag with the game title, Facebook will not. Both can be registered but only one can post at a time.
Miis can be imported through Amiibo (that is, the Amiibo's registered owner).
eShop will not let you Wishlist an unreleased game.
Joycon signal bug is real, as I found out when my daughter climbed up to me, so hopefully they fix it soon. They are cozy to hold (I have gigantic hands, ask PB). The L/R buttons are TINY, very narrow but usable. SL/SR are centered horizontally with the controller edges and not the stick/face buttons, so your grip will differ a bit when using sideways. I personally prefer the right; left has stick, SL, and edge of controller so close together that my left hand is in a near pinching position. Not a fan of the grip, it works but I'd rather freestyle. It has no electronics; the player lights are reflected from the Joycons' lights. All connections are secure, you can hold the Switch by one Joycon without concern. Wrist straps lock in HARD, though, to the point where they're tough to remove. Grip and system release more easily but there's no way in heck you'd ever do so accidentally.
Pro Controller is surprisingly cozy. Buttons are clicky, shoulder buttons are large with nice contours, sticks feel better than Wii U Pro (the center isn't raised as high). It's also USB C, same as the system. Comes with an A to C cable so you can charge via the dock.
Overall love the system.