Optimistic is good
My feeling is that you are a bit worried but your optimisim is helping you overcome this uncertaintity, so keep it up!
At the end, whatever happens will be what was meant to happen.
Good luck and when you have a case that smells fishy, you will not get good advise here, because people can always give advise to the advisable.
Again, the best of luck.
Also, do not believe everything you hear regarding divorce being overlooked... I have heard experiences of mexicans living here for 10 years, having USC wife, USC kids, and they were deported for remaining here illegally.
07/24/2006 --> Filed I-485, I-130, I-765
03/08/2007 --> Became LPR (conditional)
1/12/2009 - File sent
1/16/2009 - Receipt date
1/20/2009 - NOA/Extension Received
1/27/2009 - FP Appointment letter Received for feb13th
2/13/2009 - FP Done
Then wait and wait until
June/9/2009 - Approval of Removal of Conditions Letter received with approval decision date of June 02
July/3/2009 - Green Card in Mail