It's hard to see in the above picture, but all of the rebar that touches\connects to the foundation wall, has been inserted into pre-drilled holes in the foundation. This helps to "lock" the porch slab to the foundation and prevent settling - a nice touch, I would not have thought of that.
A pumper truck was on-site in the morning to place concrete underneath the rear porch roof, but I wasn't around for that; everything else was poured directly from the chute on the truck:
Here's the side door porch:
Looking at this now, I kinda wish we had moved the door more to the center of the opening, or perhaps even more toward the right. It is an outward opening door and it looks like it will be a bit awkward to stand in front of the door and open it at the same time. Ah well, if this is the worst mistake we find I won't kick myself too hard. :)
The front porch looks simply awesome: