People who complain and say "Told you so!" over the effects of the Arab Spring and the deposing of dictators miss the point entirely.
Firstly, even if Egypt instantly reverted to Sharia Law within a week of Mubarak's fall it would still be just that he went. The world losing a dictator is always positive. That it might become something worse is a different issue altogether and the idea that it would be preferable in hindsight to support a corrupt pseudo-secular Western friendly dictator because of what might happen afterwards is insulting to those who protested against his regime. It insinuates the idea that those in the middle-east are incapable of governing themselves and need some corrupt puppet to hold them together. That we should hold them hostage (as the argument goes) to this because how they might act unleashed is insulting and borderline racist.
Secondly those who decry this gloss over the most important thing of this power-grab. The Egyptians are not going quietly. They are protesting again. They aren't watching it go by to walk back into a new dictatorship. That is encouraging. This is the real consequence of the Arab Spring.