Things are getting more interesting. Before, the OPERA team claimed to be seeing neutrinos arrive 60 nanoseconds before light would - but the machine at CERN was making pulses of neutrinos that lasted longer than that, so the whole experiment was dangerously tricky. Now they're making pulses as short as 3 nanosecond long pulses, and the OPERA teams still sees them arriving 60 nanoseconds early.
There are, however, still other sources of error to worry about, which Tomasso - the author of this blog - describes. So, despite his triple exclamation mark, he still thinks an error will be found.
I hope so, because I don't want to lose my bet with +Frederik De Roo
! But of course it would be cool if a cherished law of physics were overthrown this way.