Bit-tech tried it, also with overclocking:
I liked the "general useable" conclusion:
"In short: it's perfectly possible to use the Raspberry Pi as a day-to-day machine, so long as you're fairly patient."
I didn't like the "most problem ridden launch" comment, that only seems to be, because of the extreme openness of the process, and the extreme level of demand for the device in question. Many first production batches have small problems, such as having a wrong component placed, especially when made without the possibility of direct supervision. And the EMC problems were caused because of the extreme interest, forcing the decision to test even the first batch.
If the RPF simply hadn't announced anything and made a 1K batch as first imagined, then only sold them to real developers nobody would have said it was a "problematic launch", but then there wouldn't be the levels of interest we see today.