The pants trial is being covered today by Marc Fisher, a Washington Post columnist and blogger. You can follow his coverage at the link below.
Fisher's first Day Two post describes the cross-examination of Judge Pearson, which began with The Unveiling of the Pants. Consistent with his opening statement, it appears that Judge Pearson is sticking to a rather extreme position on what "Satisfaction Guaranteed" actually means.
Also, Fisher's column on Day One is definitely worth a read. Among other new details, we learn that Pearson's opening statement included the words, "Never before in recorded history have a group of defendants engaged in such misleading and unfair business practices." As a reminder, the business practices in question now are purportedly limited to whether their "Satisfaction Guaranteed" sign was a lie.