I/we can haz your opinion on it?
Are you tall? If so, I'll keep my fingers crossed for you to get the old version...
Wehey! Fingers crossed that it won't just look good!Surgery is juuuuust about to finish and so far it looks good.
Also, please register as a stem cell/bone marrow donor if eligible. The chances to actually donate may be very low, simply because it's so difficult to find a donor/recipient match, but if you do get to donate, you may very well save someone's life and get to meet them later on. Here are some links for Americans, Britons, Germans and Australians - I'll find everyone else a link on request.PS, be an organ donor.
It does depend on the countries involved, however there is often just a two-year waiting period after the transplantation. After that, it's known whether or not the recipient will need a second donation and so - if both parties agree - contact may be established.I guess those chances are very slim here, due to forced anonymity of donor and recipient. But that shouldn't stop anyone from donating.