I wonder if McGonagall is going to bill any of the Gryffindor girls for the replacement of all Hermione's things since it's almost certain that one or more them destroyed her stuff. 'Tis a pity that so many people seem to be so trusting of the /Dialy Prophet/, especially considering it's track record just in Harry's first five years.
I loved the way Hermione took care of the attack on Diagon Alley and 'twill be interesting to see how she fares in the attack on Hogwarts. Even more interesting will be whether Harry shows up for a "death eater barbeque". I can't see him doing it to save Hogwarts or Dumbles at this point, but I can see him doing it to save Hermione or simply to permanently remove large quantities of Deeters from the conflict.
Even if he's seen as solely attacking Deeters, I'd be willing to bet that the majority of the students and faculty -still- won't change their opinions of him, and by extension, Hermione. It's almost a iron-clad certainty that Ron won't, and he'll come to regret that, I'm sure.