Yep, been on it 2.5 months now and I've been following it pretty much 90%. At first it was a bit difficult but now everyone knows to give me lots of veg (broccoli, cauliflower, long green beans) instead of potatoes (they bloat me), or if we have some 97% sausages I'll have a parsnip or two, chopped up like chips and roasted in the oven.
At home, instead of having rice with a thai/indian curry I just leave it out and treat the meal as some type of 'stew', which is good because I can give myself extra peppers, onions and chicken/lamb!
Going out can be awkward - with restaurants I tend to say I have an 'intolerance' to potatoes so they're pretty good on replacing with fresh veg. At lunchtime, places that mainly sell sandwiches can be very problematic though, so sometimes I'll get some salad to go with the meat and bin the bread or (worst case scenario for me) grab a baked potato with tuna. Most often these days I'll just treat it as a mini fast and wait until I get home.
One thing I've found is that the family are slowly starting to change their habits, using butter instead of margarine, cutting back on bread etc, so perhaps in a few months they'll make the primal change completely!