I expected you to say it's been a week or two.
To be honest, my cheat days are normal cheat days. I just know what I'm getting myself into and setting myself up for a tough first few days at the start of the new week. But when I eliminated cheat days for a month, I didn't crave grains and sweets (my month of strict paleo). I think my wife and I are going back to that in Feb (she wanted to try slow carb for a month).
Part of the point of a refeed day, as I understand it, is to put glycogen back into your system for your muscles to use up. But it's unnecessary when your body learns how to burn fat well. It's necessary, though, if you can't handle not having a cheat day.
I think most of us have come to the decision that it's more mental than physiological, especially those of us that have investigated paleo a bit more.