My current numbers:
Cell Standby: 34%
Phone idle: 25%
Android System: 10%
Android OS: 2%
Cell standby has gone up for me since the update, but my last charge was actually the first time I saw any significant "time without signal", and I think that was because I had 4G turned on all day. I have it turned off now and that number is back to 0%.
I'm learning some tricks to keep the battery charged on this thing. Yesterday I managed to go all day from waking up to going to sleep without charging (around 18 hours, though I rebooted at one point so I'm not sure the actual total) and I still had about 1/5 of my battery gauge left.
I've found wi-fi makes a HUGE difference. I have wi-fi both at home and at work, and that's probably 80% of an average day for me. Wi-fi drains the battery *much* less than 3G.
I have my screen turned down not to 0, but probably 2 ticks over that. I use the notification bar swipe to turn it up or down, so I don't know exactly, I just set it to as dim as I'm comfortable with in any situation. Power mode and auto-brightness are turned off.
I switched my background from the default to one that's very dark. I'm convinced that makes a big difference.
I do use a task killer, but I leave my email running, along with whatever else seems like it should be kept running.
Obviously when you look at percentages, there's always going to be *something* at the top of the list, so it's pointless to constantly try to knock whatever's #1 down to the bottom. Different people use their phones differently, so if someone else has their display at the top, it just means they're looking at it a lot and maybe have it too bright. But no matter what you do, something's always going to have a higher percentage than anything else.