Yup, I ran 26.2 miles today in 4 hrs 29 min and 49 sec. I didn't have a time goal per say, I just wanted to finish. That being said I figured I'd finish in the 4:15 - 4:30 range so in that regard I just came in under my "high time."
There were about a zillion things I could have done differently in training that I know would have dropped my time. In short I ran 4 times a week, did virtually no cross training and d@mn near no stretching. Not an ideal training formula for a marathon (unless you want to get injured) but it got me to the finish and uninjured.
There may even be a few pictures of me on the events website, if I find any where I don't look like I'm going to fall over from exhaustion I'll post 'em here.