While there are always some who'll say "What? You didn't repeal NFA '34? You gun-grabbing traitor!", the fact is this is another good step in the right direction. It's sure to get cited in Chicago, for starters, and as Dave Hardy points out:
This means plaintiffs, the good guys, are the ones who can petition the Supreme Court for cert.. They may have won on incorporation, but they "lost" on the appeal overall, and thus are the ones who can appeal further. This is good for them. Defendants are not in control, cannot move for rehearing en banc, or decline to file for cert..
In the World War Two analogy, we're off the beach and into the bocage. To paraphrase an email I received yesterday:
Step One: individual, fundamental right
Step Two: incorporation
Step Three: strict scrutiny standard
Step Four: Profit!!!