As I said, it seems like she's pretty enthusiastic about her new gig.
Perhaps even more interesting than the holding of the case was the fact that, despite a unanimous holding, Sotomayor has already raised the ire of Justice Clarence Thomas. The New York Times points out that Thomas declined to join a portion of the opinion, stating that Sotomayor "had 'with a sweep of the court's pen' substituted 'value judgments' and 'what the court thinks is a good idea' for the text of a federal law."
The New York Times article also picked up on the fact that Sotomayor introduced the phrase "undocumented immigrant" into the Supreme Court's lexicon, marking the first time the term appeared in a Supreme Court opinion. The Court has used the term "illegal immigrant" many times, and it will be interesting to see if justices continue to do so.
I would say that conservative pundits will likely jump on this new addition to the Court's vocabulary as a reason to attack Sotomayor, but I doubt that any of them read the New York Times, so it will probably go unnoticed.