The blogland consensus on Friday's NYT puzzle was that it was on the easy side, even "too easy" (you will NEVER hear me use that term). Oy, not for me. I had an average weekend-type time of 7:33 (paper; my NYT times are always on paper, AND I'm sort of proofreading - I do the more careful proofing when I solve the puzzle a second time after converting to Across Lite - so they're not really valid times).
Saturday's was thought to be much harder. Not for me: 7:10. But with a mistake at 41A/32D, so that's like adding 8 extra minutes in a tournament.
Sunday was slow: 12:43, almost twice as long as Dan Feyer's applet time. Grrr, that whippersnapper! (who is about to become my 6-blocks-away neighbor)