The hard info is almost exactly the same as before. The difference is that more people are reading the numbers, and fewer people are listinging for tone of voice. So fewer people got surprised this time.
My prediction is that a shrinking number of growth "believers" will continue to pay top dollar for this stock for another two or three quarters at least. Until the analysts get embarrassed and stop projecting growth that obviously ain't there. Then we'll witness a lot of bitching and moaning about how the analysts "screwed" people.