Beware of the Consequences of the Voluntary Dismissal on Your Right to Appeal

You have put forth your best, but the judge essentially gutted the most valuable part of your case. The decision is interlocutory (meaning it does not decide the entire case) and does not otherwise provide any grounds for an immediate appeal. You would prefer not to move on with your less valuable case to trial, and then once appealed, face the prospect and cost of a second trial.