Although it took a few delays before the SpaceX rocket got off the ground and into orbit, now that the commercial craft is in space we've seen nothing but success. That track record has a chance to continue today as the Dragon capsule is scheduled to begin its docking maneuvers with the International Space Station at 2AM ET / 7AM BST. They'll be taking it slow, with a full berthing not expected until around 11AM ET.
Assuming all goes well, SpaceX will then have the green light to begin ferrying supplies up to the ISS. The Dragon has already received the official go-ahead to approach the station, and will be the first privately-funded vehicle to do so. You can watch it all on NASA's livestream.