Well, of course you're still antsy - but not about the sections you know you passed, right? Official score reports convey more information than unofficial score reports do. The most useful information, in my view, comes under the heading of "Performance Indicators" or something like that phrase: not just whether one passed the test or subtest but also how one did in each of the domains, or in some cases on each of the written tasks. Performance indicators seem to be determined after the scorers do their thing: someone goes through and tries to figure out why the scorers chose to give THIS score to THAT constructed response. The feedback can be useful for the test taker who needs to retake the test, subtest, or section.