I'd also like to know if any real "All-Night Vigils" (that is, vigils that really last through the night, with nary an abbreviation) are still done at present.
Aside from Mount Athos, the only place that I've read about as doing it, is the Cathedral at Rue Daru (Paris Exarchate of the Russian Tradition) which has a real All-Night Vigil once a year, on the feast of Saint Sabbas (see http://euphrosynoscafe.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4687
I've always been awed by the sheer beauty and complexity of Orthodox services when done in full, and I think it's a pity that these are not done more often in an unabbreviated fashion. I do not mean to judge anybody. I just wish that there were more of these complete services. Surely it is not a sin to express this hope.