There are several things that always bothered me about the whole sovereignty issue:
1) If Jehovah gives everyone a chance to serve him willingly, then destroys those who don't, doesn't that defeat the entire purpose? If people know he will destroy them, then they will serve him out of obligation. That right there blows the whole "God wants you to serve him out of love" bit. "But if I don't serve him, I will die at Armageddon or go to Hell when I die." So what's the point of giving us free will, since we don't really have a choice anyway?
2) Jehhoker legitimizes Stan's rebelious objection by giving him thousands of years to prove his point. Well, if that doesn't demonstrate to those millions of angels that Stan might have a point, I don't know what will. (Does the WT Society give dissenters thousands of years, or even one minute to prove their point?)
3) Jahaffer suddenly becomes a pussy, giving Satanus thousands of years and the entire $^#%ing Earth to prove his point, with all us humans as his own personal guinea pigs. Thanks, God, for totally screwing us over. You have really shown how "the sons will not pay for their father's error" and "the lowly one will not be trodden on by the wide-in-girth" or some such nonsense.
What I realized, sitting in the KH lastnight, listening to the book study addressing this topic, was how Satan has already won. He won the entire debate, just by questioning God's soveriegnty. Of course, it only applies if you believe in the whole Universal Sovereignty issue, which to me, doesn't make a whole lot of sense.