The baby is about the size of a squash, which seems seasonally appropriate.
The only thing that still concerns me a bit is that he's still upside down or right side up depending on your perspective - thought everything I've read and the PA I saw today confirmed - that he still has plenty of time to turn. If he doesn't turn by 37 weeks, then the options are to try to turn him or to do a C-section. I'm leaning toward the "try to turn him" option if it comes to it. The PA said that to do that, they'd bring me into the hospital and hook the baby up to a fetal monitor just in case he had any distress, and then try to push him around from the outside until he aims head down. She said she had that done with one of her pregnancies, and, while it wasn't comfortable, it wasn't too painful either.
That's about it... if you didn't see it, yesterday I did a post about my sonogram and included a couple pictures of the babe.