For all the wailing, knashing of teeth and lawsuits, this may be a relatively minor, if rather hectic, set of realignments. Minor compared to what happened in the early 90's. Some conferences are still feeling the reverberations from that.
Due to the BE supersizing, the impact has been basically limited to the fb conferences below the ACC in the pecking order. The MWC is looking to expand, but they are acting independently of what happened in the east.
The ACC took 3, but only from the BE, significantly improving their fb position.
The BE supersized to 16, taking 5 schools, but all were from CUSA. The BE improved their bb position, but took a hit in fb. However, it is possible the schools could thrive, no longer being in Miami's shadow.
The CUSA took 2 southern outlyers from the MAC and 3 eastern outlyers from the WAC. They took a big hit in bb, but should still be among the best of the rest. And in fb, they are roughly equal and could be better by virtue of being more compact geographically. They also shed a couple of bb schools to the supersizing, mathematically and geographically challenged Atlantic 10.
The WAC took 2 schools from the Sun Belt, improving by virtue of filling the donut hole left by the departure of the MWC schools.
The MAC lost a school that was a great addition, but may have improved themselves enough that the only reason they miss the Thundering Herd is due to their Traveling Hordes.
The Sun Belt is getting rid of their western wing and doing what they were doing anyway, filling their ranks with southern I-AA schools.
The other 4 BCS conferences are not in any rush to expand and have not been affected.
The BE might be tottering and could still fall, splitting in two as the supersized WAC did, and impacting conferences throughout the eastern half of the country, but for now, the dominoes have stopped.