One thing that is happening next year is that the Speaker of the House is supposedly a big OC supporter. OC passed through the House like manure through a cow last year, but the Speaker didn't want to embarrass a few rinos and refused to send the original OC bill back to the senate where the rinos there may have been forced to vote yes to keep their pro-gun cred since the senate Speaker was a strong OC supporter who would have made it come up for a vote.
In 2013, we lose that senate speaker. The new one voted for it in committee in 2011 and his son was a co-sponsor in the House.
So it could go either way. Fl Carry now has a test case that they can point to, proving the new language is impotent at protecting CCers. If OK or SC or some other red state legalizes this year (OK looks promising), I think licensed OC has a decent shot of passing in spring of 2013.
One thing that could really upset things is if the NRA insists on going for campus carry at the same time. Nation wide campus carry outside the usual states ( NY, NJ etc) is an eventual certainty. OC is a touchier subject. I think OC should be the priority here. If the constitutional carry trend continues and FL gets licensed OC, I'd say Fl will eventually be a permitless state one day too.