All in all, not a bad day for Elon Musk et al at SpaceX.
-- succesful launch to orbit;
-- apparently succesful ops on orbit;
-- succesful splashdown in the Pacific
Musk aparently is now pushing for a rendezvous with ISS on the next Dragon flight, not the 3rd one. I think that the usual NASA conservative evolutionary approach here will dictate a succesful 2nd flight, with solar panels and all the other do-dads that might be found on Dragon, prior to it actually flying up to the station.
That said, an impressive debut for private venture on orbit ops. And it no doubt points to a new opening to space for the USA and others. For example, I'm wondering if some entity was wanting to put up a smallish, man-tended lab, would Dragon be available for taxiing the crew to & from it ?