Good thoughts. But we're still mentally masturbating. If the system wasn't hopelessly corrupt, especially at the federal level, then you're right. But for the most part, the courts are there to rubber stamp the "laws" that are passed-to give the government whatever it wants and every once and awhile throw the people a bone. Here is an example of the "right" they gave residents of D.C: over a process of several months undergo psychological and physical testing, firearms training, extensive background check, months long waiting periods, and a registration fee, altogether coming to hundreds of dollars so you may keep a gun that holds less than 10 rounds in your home. Gee, some right!
Now, SAF and others are trying to slowly chip away at gun control. It's possible the federal courts may give Illinois a restrictive licensing scheme to carry concealed. It's possible it may tell Georgia that church carry ban is impermissible. But, this is a very, very slow process and chances are that even if they heard our grief about the OC ban, they would not overturn it. Courts are loath to undo what the legislature does unless it is over something trivial. Most senior judges are anti-gun and wouldn't want to be responsible for making Fl become "the wild, wild west." Which is ridiculous, but "gun control" is like a tenet of the establishment's religion.
Bottom line, there is probably an easier path through the legislature. Stogie implies that OC was just 1-3 votes short in the Senate. The House and governor are already in our corner, so this is the path of least resistance.
Courts should be the backup plan. If the next 3 sessions fail, and the idiot public elects an anti-OC governor, then you get 4 years of ZERO chance for OC legalization. That's 4 years to try the courts. Maybe by that time TX, OK, and SC will have OC, it will be even more popular, and the courts will be bold enough.