We've had mixed feelings on the subject as well.
A cousin of mine has a son who is a year older exactly, and when speaking to me while pregnant - asked if we would circ - I replied that we absolutely would not, her response was something along the lines of,
"Kate, you have to."
I laughed and respectfully told her that more and more males were not routinely circed. An "Oh." was her reply - I regret not speaking to her about it a year prior - before her son was born.
My father told me for hygenic and social reasons I needed to have it done - I came at him with many facts that said otherwise, and he clammed up - all of a sudden became shy to speak to me about such things.
When DS was a day old, and my brother met him and held him for the first time - he was overwhelmed with Joy. The first question and comment out of his mouth was, "is he circumcised?"
I said no.
He became furious, spouting, "What the F***? Take Him Back."
He then went into a rant explaining how I needed to have it done - didn't have an option - it wasn't too late, and I could still take him back.
He still cringes whenever he sees diaper changes, but its just become normalized to him - he doesn't see it as foreign, his foreskin.
Blah - just that ideal makes me angry - that it has become so ritualized that it's foreign to keep part of your body.
I matter of factly told my parents in law that we weren't going to have it done - they did it to DH, but just accepted and respected my wishes.
My sister in law has told me that her husband has feelings of resentment towards his parents for doing it to him as a baby.
I believe circ was one of the only things we fully agreed on.
CIO, Ferberising, and Crib sleeping are all on their checklist for when they have a baby.
I say... just wait.
(Everyonce in a while, a comment is dropped about how he needs to be more independant at night, etc - blah)