It's going to be a busy year for SpaceX...
So 2013 for SpaceX will involve...
Finish the investigation into the last ISS delivery.
Start (and finish) the investigation into THIS delivery to ISS.
Get the Falcon Heavy launched on its test flight.
Start (and finish?) the investigation into the Falcon Heavy test flight, even if all goes well.
Get the Falcon 9 v1.1 away for its first flight.
Start (and finish?) the investigation into the first flight of the Falcon9 v1.1.
Get Grasshopper to go supersonic and successfully return it to its launch site.
And yes, investigate the ongoing Grasshopper program...
Release information about the upcoming 'Raptor' upper stage/space vehicle (not sure which) with its methane-fuelled engine.
And possibly, assuming this isn't just the Raptor program again, release information about the upcoming MCT (Mars Colonial Transport?) project.
And (and I might be entirely wrong here) the Merlin 2 engine research program is going forward.
And (finally!) I'm sure that someone at SpaceX is still doing some work on the Falcon X/Falcon X Heavy rockets of the 2020's.
If SpaceX can pull all of this off in 2013 then they'll be the go-to company for getting into space. I'm a SpaceX fan myself but it's going to be a hell of a year...