CalebWetherell It will take 2 weeks for the recording to get posted. That's about normal, because it goes to a 3rd party vendor who does the upload and storage.
They do give a place to mark defective questions in-exam. That's good. I'm not clear on the mechanism (if any) of transferring that to the exam survey for additional comments. I would agree, seeing the questions post-exam would be helpful; you can't answer anything else, and disclosure is prohibited under the Code of Candidate Conduct.
I still think 4 hours is insufficient. You now get to work the exam, have to mark defective questions, have no reading period, have to work with a foreign (to candidates) interface, have to pull up exam materials instead of having paper copies to refer to, swap calculators (if necessary), and get food/drink (if necessary) in the same amount of time that you previously had to take the exam with food/water and as many calculators + a 15-minute reading period to plan out a strategy. It will be interesting to see how this plays out.