As promised, Philip Gibbs has produced combined plots for the Higgs mass, which includes data from LHC, Tevatron and LEP. Notice that nice peak centered at 124-125 GeV!
If this is a light E6 GUT Higgs, we'd expect to see a light isosinglet quark such as the D quark at the LHC very soon. We should even be able to predict its mass (~>250 GeV). A Z' boson would also be nice. For more info, see slides here and here. On to 2012!