I'm quite interested in seeing what the report will show. As Pole points out, the boost they got from the new 15-minute rule is now already accounted for. Also, they did actually report the negative growth thay they experienced in the several years after 1975. So I wonder if they will report negative growth in coming years, or if they will manage to come up with other ways to fudge the books.
Actually, the thing I wonder the most is this: We know that things are starting to turn for the Watchtower Society. There is zero or slightly-negative growth in almost all developed nations now, when you include the 15-minute boost stuff. As these nations begin to post solid negative growth, eventually it will become embarassing. As people begin to leave the organization in larger and larger numbers, the annual report could become a major point of cognitive dissonance for publishers. Will the Society stop issuing reports at some point, perhaps with an article likening it to the census in ancient Israel?