Pretty much matching my predictions....
My graduate course has 50 enrolled right now, fairly close to 50-50 between undergrads and grads.
Salil's introductory complexity course currently has 129 -- far and away the biggest the class has been in my memory.
And our "flagship" introductory course, CS 50, grew yet again, to 746 students. That would, for the first time (and slightly ahead of my schedule), make us larger than the introductory Economics course, EC 10. (The 746 includes graduate students and even some people from the business school, so it might be a "win" on a technicality, but we'll count it as a full win.)
Back to work now -- class to prep!