Well, here we are "Crunch Time". Advanced Ligo has been operational for some weeks now. See: ligo.caltech.edu/ The 'machine' is operating at 3X previous sensitivity and has achieved 'lock'. Lock is the 2 arms in operational mode 'locked together'. Sensitivity will gradually improve as experience is gained - up to 10x previous sensitivity. Previous expectation is that detections might 'flood in' (my interpretation of previous comments by Caltech).
Results reported so far for detection of Gravity Waves: Nothing at all
My prediction of results that will be achieved: Nothing at all. Why? because the detection method relies on the measurement of length using the TIME it takes for light to travel BUT the time of a second will stretch and compress in synchronisation with length stretch and compression.