I haven't heard of this case until just today, and it seems like a potential landmark 2A/4A ruling.
This case involves warrantless search and seizure (in this case, firearms) conducted against homes under the Fourth Amendment's community caretaking exception. Seems like traditionally the exception's doctrine had a very narrowly confined ruling limited to impounded vehicles, and the reduced expectation of privacy associated with it, yet the courts (and LEOs) went way too far and extended it's application to homes, which have the highest expectation of privacy.
This seems to have broad support with amicus briefs filed from all sorts of groups/organizations. IMO, even for supporters of red flag laws (that typically have at least some aspect of due process and necessitates court ordered warrants for seizure), SCOTUS needs to overturn this case because otherwise continued use of that exception circumvents the need for red flag laws to even exist.
SCOTUS agreed to hear the case back in November, and is schedule for argument on March 24, 2021.