Sorry Jon. I have no concrete information on this.
Currently, should the 7th rule on Moore/Shepard in a reasonable amount of time (i.e. within the next 60 days), that case could be heard this term. The only other case that may have a chance, is Woollard, and only if the 4th reaches a quick decision after orals. I do not expect this, however.
I have left out the 10th circuits decision in Peterson, as I now suspect that they are waiting to see what the 7th will do (the decision here is long overdue).
The only other case is the cert that Kilmer submitted in Nordyke. It is my impression that this cert is for prevailing party status, and only that. So it may or may not have any meaning to the cases at large, should the cert be granted (slim chance, at best).