I would read this: NYSRPA v. Corlett: The Supreme Court’s Next Big Gun Case, Explained (thetrace.org)
I remain very optimistic on this case as it is the first of it's kind. According to the article, there are a number of potential outcomes. The worst case scenario is that NY, NJ, CA simply ignore the ruling forcing us common folk to file individual lawsuits against the "issuing authority" which would then result in the "issuing authority" losing in court on an individual basis and being forced to issue a CCW permit. Though, based on what happened in Illinois and Washington DC, the states/city threw up their hands in defeat and accepted "shall issue". The best case scenarios is either a broad "originalist" ruling or a ruling to the lower courts to review 2a cases entirely different resulting in "shall issue". I feel good about this one, it's the first real gun case the supremes have taken in a decade, Are "crumbs" the only thing we have to look forward to? I think not! 22 States are "Shall issue" 21 States are "constitutional carry" there are only 7 states left that are "holdouts", they must and will be brought to heel by SCOTUS eventually.