So more than a fortnight after the coronation how is the new regime at Ibrox doing? Is everything rosey again? Are the good times coming back? Is the club able to push on from the financial nightmare it had found itself plunged into? Or is it the usual case of 'meet the new boss, same as the old boss'?
Football occasionally brings about a scenario where many are left saying: "Just give them the cup now".
This is applicable to Hearts and their campaign to get back into the Scottish Premier League at the first attempt after last season's relegation.
That particular event was another that had many saying: "Just get it over with".
Hearts fans from about October 2013 onwards were just hoping for the calendar to fast forward to the end of that season as quickly as possible.
In administration, a 15 point deduction and having to play with a squad of kids, for Jambos it was a time when they just wanted fitba to go away.
The coronation staged, the tributes paid and the glory received, Dave King is the new emperor of Ibrox.
Outpourings of joy have come flooding in down Govan way as the unpopular board which had made Fred Karno's army look professional was voted out at Rangers' EGM meeting.
Yes a new regime is heading up the marble staircase. Gone is the blundering buffoon that was David Somers. Gone are the gruesome twosome that were the Easdale brothers. And gone is the man who made Fagin from Dickens' "Oliver Twist" seem like a nice chap - one Derek Llambias.
The King has claimed his crown.