In Economics class we learned about the Ellliot Wave Theory of stock market prices. See generally here (God bless Wikipedia, they have a page for everything). Essentially the theory is that a bull market (or crash) is caused by a series of increasingly larger waves, with corrective action after each up (or down) wave. In this case the initial impulse would have been Diaz. In the case of Moreno the real question is whether Moreno represents the second wave, with the crash right around the corner(e.g. crash = no one cares about post-trial delay any longer), or is Moreno a wave within a larger wave that has yet to crest?
If I was a gambling man, which one who relies on Elliott’s theory to buy long and sell short has to be, I would say that Moreno and any perceived change at ACCA is just the crest of a small wave (motive wave 5 to Elliott) in a larger wave. The trend appears to not have had a real effect on convening authorities and their speed of processing the cases that have made it to and through the CCAs (these cases are all still a year old or more so there is a time lag). Once the large, institutional CA’s make real changes in their processing goals and procedures, resulting in actual changes in overall processing time, we will see the crest of the post-trial delay wave. From what I can tell, that has not occurred in all the services–esp. the Marine Corps who still appear to be cleaning out their closets.