Not much. The grief and anger engendered by the senseless death of Christopher Stevens is undeniable. His family must be justifiably proud of his unselfish record of service to his nation.
There is not much of significance surrounding hes death because the "Innocence of Muslims" film, the demonstrations and riots, and the media frenzy do not represent any significant numbers.
Because a bigot made a movie does not mean that all Americans are anti-Muslim any more that a dozens of Klansmen rallying means that all Americans are racists.
One hundred or even several thousand protesters rising up against the symbols of the U.S. (and other Western nations) does not mean, necessarily, that most Egyptians, Libyans, Yemenis, etc. hate all Americans.
Our media, surprise, has exaggerated the significance of these events in its mad scramble to scramble the minds of Americans and generate more voyeuristic eyeballs for its advertisers. They do a disservice to Islam by their unstated projection of 'all' in their repeated showings of the 'some'.
Free speech allows for the vilest of expressions. Free cultures can tolerate free speech.