First week of classes done - though it's a short week due to the holiday and a professor's medical appointment.
The Intro to Comp Sci honors class is the one I was most worried about - mostly because it's 1) honors and 2) a complete unknown when it comes to workload. At this point, I think it'll be okay. The professor is brilliant and has a lot of facts and tidbits that go with the data (some of which I think are dubious, as I've head them contested, but at least it's all interesting). Also, given the fact that it's an Intro course, I've already got far more background on the subject (at least from a practical standpoint) than most of the class.
The physics professor seems like he really knows his stuff and is also interested in students learning physics. He went so far as to say, "If you come up with an integral on a test that you can't do, come up to me and I'll do it for you. This is a physics class, not a math class." I also know two of the people in my lab group from past semesters, and the third is in my math class.
The math class is possibly going to be the easiest. That sounds weird, since it's multivariable calculus, but much of what we're going to learn (skimming through the material) is related to concepts we covered in linear equations. The professor is also fairly young (I'd guess low to mid 30s) and seems like he really enjoys the material.
So, a fair bit of homework to do this weekend, since I want to try to get ahead in at least physics and calculus, but I think the semester will work out well.