I read through a good chunk of it. Their case really centers around "No, Heller and McDonald" does NOT mean we have to issue concealed carry licenses to everyone who wants one, as it was solely ruling against a TOTAL ban, and " we think you should wait for these other cases to solve the issue for you".
I have feeling that New York's concealed carry license scheme is going to hold up until it gets to SCOTUS.
I'm more optimistic about New Jersey atm, but we'll see how it all plays out.
I'd caution anyone here to not get overly optimistic. There have been more than one case people thought was a slam dunk that we lost.