I'm happy with it. She increased her lead in delegates, has won all of the most important states so far (California, New York and Florida - all by huge margins), and of course she won the best state in the country, Massachusetts. With other wins all over the map and delegate lead, she still has the advantage and momentum in this race.
This contest probably wouldn't be nearly as close right now if the Democratic Party actually valued the votes of Democratic Party Voters - and didn't throw a hissy fit at the Super Delegates who decided amongst themselves to break party rules. If the party did as it should - punishing the Supers instead of the regular voters, who had no control over when primaries would be held, this race may very well be over by now.