No news yet, still keeping an eye out. Hope they've had some luck this weekend.
Update: Got an email from David this morning and he's back home. Seems the weather gods and other circumstances with the ROV and the ship worked against them, and the recovery of the bell has to be postponed until some time next year. I'm just glad everyone came back safe and sound.
Thus is the experience with expeditions. The more I read in magazines and books, the more documentaries I watch on Nat Geo, Discovery and the History Channel on deep sea exploration, I learn that more time is spent sitting around watching monitors and repairing equipment than in the initial retrieval of artifacts itself. The final reward is worth all the waiting and trouble that is encountered, and the publicity makes for good story telling and educational opportunities. So we have something to look forward to next year when they head back. This just gives him more time to plan around any new information they gained this time.