Federal Judge Rules Va. Gay Marriage Ban Unconstitutional | NBC4 Washington). Utah's stay did come from SCOTUS, but was until the Appeals court rules in the case(cite: http://www.supremecourt.gov/orders/c...614zr_2co3.pdf). So until the appeals court rules in each case, SCOTUS will not look at it.
Neither Windsor nor Hollingsworth ruled on the merits of SSM bans. While both for minor victories for SSM proponents, the preponderance of cases all with the same outcome on the merits of SSM are actually much more important. Judges are seemingly almost unanimous in that SSM bans fail even Rational Basis Review. This makes it more and more unlikely that SCOTUS will overrule them.And I agere there to a point. The problem is that both sides are grabbing Windsor and using it as a means of suggesting that the SCOTUS either are saying state laws ARE unconstitutional or saying that they aren't. I think they tried to go for a middle way (The federal government has to recognize it, but states can determine their own) and both sides basically said "NO DICE!" and the only real resolution is an either/or decision.
However, with 4 justices going to be retiring most likely soon(Scalia, Kennedy, Ginsberg and Breyer...expect Ginsberg at the very least to retire while Obama is still president) the makeup of the court could very well change in the near future and that would leave things very interesting.