I've always been told that hitting the 100k reputation threshold gets you a nice swag package from Stack Exchange - regardless of mod status, and except possibly on Stack Overflow where 100k reputation users are apparently two a penny.
Yesterday I passed 100k reputation on Science Fiction & Fantasy, and last night I received a congratulatory email from Stack Exchange, but it didn't mention swag at all:
It's not often we get to reach out and thank someone individually for their contribution to a site, but we wanted to take this time to congratulate you for reaching 100,000 reputation on Science Fiction & Fantasy! To be in the top, top rankings among the millions of Stack Exchange users puts you in some really elite company.
Hitting a milestone like this is a great opportunity to take a step back and remember what the points are really about. It's not just the tens of thousands of community members who took the time to upvote your posts; it's the uncounted millions of people — yes millions — who have also learned (and will continue to learn) from what you've given so selflessly.
Once again, thank you for generously contributing your time, your passion, and your knowledge. You've made the Internet better for all of us.
And for that, you should feel incredibly proud.
Director of Community Development Stack Exchange Inc.
Is there a big logjam due to the change in swag suppliers, and another email about swag will come later? Did SE decide that 100k reputation users on the entire network are now too common to be sending swag packs to all of them? Have they already sent me too much stuff and decided to prioritise people who didn't get a swag pack before? Was it all just a fairy tale?
Sorry if I'm coming off as impatient. If there's no swag pack, for whatever reason, that's fine - I'd just like to know what to expect.