I do hope it falls down again, this usually happens whenever something large to do with copying media appears on the news or something like that, then all these massive companies go on the offense using these events as a new spin to get it all banned. The only problem is, if this WAS overturned, the likelyhood of undoing this would be nearly a million to one, and unfortunately enough, this will become inevitable. There best everyone cand o is hold this off for as long as possible for the newer formats and newer technology to already be on the move, like Wade said. but everyone does have a point, it is fairly stupid to do this, yes you're right they will probably get more money by allowing all these things to come into being, but by banning it all completely, they get to completely monopolize and control it in it's entireity.
However I think the supreme court is smart enough to realise just how dangerous this is, because they know that enforcing this will be perhaps the hardest thing that they will ever have to face, and the sheer impossibility of the task would undermine any moral or leagal reason to do it. The reasons for getting rid of it, would be to stop piracy and people making money illeagally, as a lot more people will have access and the availability to do this as time goes on, eventually the supreme court will have to do something, so therin lies a form of dilemma which lies in the supreme courts hands, to do something now or later.