Opinion here. 240 pages if you count the concurrences and the dissents. A wonderful day! Everyone gets something. Alan Gura gets Thomas' concurrence, and the fifth vote. Steve Halbrook gets cited a zillion times (as I've said before, if you could copyright an argument, the Supreme Court would have had to negotiate royalties with him). I get cited by majority and the concurrence. Professors Wyldenthal, Curtis and Aynes get cited. The Women State Legislors' brief, by Sarah Gervase, Carol Bambery and Linsday Charles, gets cited, too. UPDATE: not to mention Bob Cottrol, Ray Diamond, and Clayton Cramer, who get cited by the majority, the Thomas concurrence, or both.
The majority decisively rejects Stevens' argument for "incorporation, but a weaker version applies to the States." Scalia's concurrence stomps all over Stevens' dissent. And, while not addressing standard of review, the Court repeatedly describes the right to bear arms as fundamental.