Well aside from a young Summer Tanager early in the month I've had exactly zero luck with the uncommon passerines, so maybe they're just all being stored up for Saturday. And with Yellow-rumped Warblers still around, there's perhaps still hope that a decent amount of migrants are still to come.
Black-and-white is definitely in the early cohort too.
It's been a great spring for Black-throated Blue, I think I've seen or at least heard them just about every time I've been out.
Parula is a song I enjoy too.
I feel like I haven't seen as many Chestnut-sideds as I usually do
And beware the Redstarts. They can sound like half the book and herald the beginning of the end of migration...