While I'm glad for depositors who regained access to their funds, specially a couple of founders I know who had recently raised money for their startups and nearly risked loss of everything, BUT deep inside I feel the message and consequence of this move is far more troubling and probably the sign much worse things to come!
My logic is based on the assumption of US Gov and Banking sector wanting to sweep this under the rug so that the smaller domino wouldn't topple bigger dominos or at least delay it.
The rescue move goes against "capitalism" and nature of business. A failing company should fail on the merits of its bad decisions and poor management. Rescues or bailouts signal to the whole industry that it's OK to screw up badly because the GOV is far more scared of perceived dollar value and banking reputation.
If the GOV is rushing to bailout a small bank in such hurry then the bigger banks can fully relax knowing their mess-ups probably won't even make it to the media, they'll get bailed out behind closed doors and no one would be the wiser!
It just exposed a serious fault in policy and now everyone is exposed to much worse world of hurt!