Earlier this year, we addressed the Idaho Supreme Court’s frustration with the trial courts’ continuing failure to enter final judgments in compliance with Idaho Rule of Civil Procedure 54(a). See posts here and here. As a result, on February 12, 2015, the Court issued an order stating that “any judgment, decree or order entered before April 15, 2015, that was intended to be final but which did not comply with Idaho Rule of Civil Procedure 54(a) . . . shall be treated as a final judgment.” For those keeping track, the Court issued its first decision applying this order. In Tracfone Wireless, Inc. v. State of Idaho, 2015 Opinion No. 60 (June 23, 2015), the Court noted that a declaratory judgment did not comply with Rule 54(a), but that it would treat the “judgment” as a final judgment.