And it may have just got scarier: Alito. See Planned Parenthood v. Casey, (3d Cir. 1991). Yet, Alito's radical anti-choice opinion in Casey has been followed by conservative but not necessarily radically conservative opinions, and all observers seem to agree he's less radical than Scalia and smart and likable. So, my guess: he'll get confirmed just in time to scuttle gay civil rights, pull a few more bricks out of the Wall of Separation of Church and State, and basically be decidedly more conservative than O'Connor was (but less personally obnoxious than Scalia or Roberts are).