Now we wait for Mance v. Barr, Pena v. Horan, Rogers v. Grewal, and Gould v. Moran. SCOTUS is on vacation. The justices return for a private conference on Thursday, May 9th. They have granted cert petitions after their private conferences but we typically don't know if a cert petition has been granted, denied, rescheduled, or relisted until the Orders List is released, typically the following Monday unless that Monday is a Court holiday.
It is likely we will not hear anything about the two "carry" cases (Rogers and Gould) until the justices have had a couple of weeks to review the brief in opposition filed in Gould which is due on May 6th. Gould did not file a motion for an extension of time (motions are due 10 days before the due date). I do not know the deadline for file a waiver to respond but assuming that a brief in opposition is filed instead of a waiver then that would make the case ready for the June 13th private conference which is two weeks before the end of the current term.