The press releases are out.
On the left, the National Organization for Women can only guess what it doesn't know:
Miers' potential as a justice is unknown at this point.... It remains to be seen where Miers stands on those and virtually every other issue. She has no paper trail and has never served as a judge - quite simply, her future conduct on the Court may be impossible to determine. Should the Senate confirm someone to a lifetime appointment with so little information? We think not. NOW urges the Senate to ask tough questions, insist on answers, and refuse to confirm this nomination unless they can establish that Miers supports the fundamental rights of women.
Tough questions? Not exactly scathing. And from the right, the Family Research Council is holding fire after waiting most of the day to issue a release: