There are always a lot of posts after a WordPress update - generally due to outdated plugins and themes with the odd corrupted/missed file during the upgrade/file transfer process.
I'm not sure that a list of "I updated x sites without the slightest problem" would be very helpful. People who arrive here due to an upgrade (often fatal) issue are often angry and frustrated. They're usually not in the mood to hear how it all went fine for others.
You also need to bear in mind that those who post here are only a tiny fraction of the number of people who upgraded to 3.2 without a problem. The problem with reading posts in a support forum is that they can, quite easily, inflate an issue out of all proportion unless you keep in mind the overall user base numbers.
Although it's still early days, from what I've seen over the past 14 hours or so (and given past experience with other upgrades), I'd say that this upgrade has been pretty successful. The known issues have been well catalogued ahead of time thanks to Ipstenu and the number of popular plugins affected seems limited.
Overall, a pretty positive result all round. :-)