There is a lot more to the Goldberg case than just RAS when a person reports MWAG.
By any stretch of the imagination, the court's rulings in the Goldberg case were pretty flawed and could be summed up as 'if firearm, no 4th amendment'. Which is obviously a complete and total departure from any other court ruling on the subject.
One of the main issues in the Goldberg case was that he was not carrying openly like so many people try to pretend. He was carrying concealed, but apparently not very well. There have been cases in Georgia (they have the same style permit as us that allows concealed or open with a permit) that have essentially said that the standards for RAS are different for a person who is carrying concealed and a person who carries openly.
Carrying openly is viewed as an obvious and honest thing to do. Carrying concealed poorly comes across as dishonest.
Carrying concealed poorly tends to attract more attention and alarm since for most people the firearm 'suddenly appears'.