Seriously though Google... I am a fairly big fan (and even that could be an understatement) but if you really want to take on the other companies you need to release all of your services, in as many places as you can, all at once.
Imagine all of the Americans coming over here during the Olympics who can't purchase from your music store, cannot purchase TV or films and cannot use Google Voice (I imagine) among many other services. From what I understand (correct me if I am wrong) the reasoning behind Google Music (for instance) not being released here was down to two factors.
1. In the UK it was, until last year I believe, illegal to copy music from one medium to another. This is no longer the case.
2. You couldn't get deals going with the record labels/Film companies...
OK this I can understand to a degree but how is it that you can't strike up a deal to get, at a minimum, the content you currently have on your play store available in the UK? Surely it's the same record labels/film companies pushing the content out? (Once again correct me if I am wrong) I mean c'mon, I don't like them but Coldplay is a UK band, how come the US citizens can buy music released from the UK!
I see you've changed you're notifications from
"Sorry! [enter service here] on Google Play is not available in your country."
"Sorry! [enter service here] on Google Play is not available in your country yet.
We're working to bring the content you love to more countries as quickly as possible.
Please check back again soon."
Which suggests you are likely working on it but... y'know...
Also, while I'm at it, I really want a Nexus 7 but what use is it to me at the moment when none of the services work in the UK? Go on Google, sell it to me...
Ok rant over.. apologies for potentially wasting some readers time... :-p