agog |əˈgäg|adjective [ predic. ]very eager or curious to hear or see something : I'm all agog to see London | New York is agog at the gossip.ORIGIN mid 16th cent.: from Old French en gogues, from en ‘in’ + the plural of gogue ‘fun.’
Agog is how I feel less then a week from release day. On pins and needles is a fitting term too. I swear, these last days are the hardest.