Just catching up here after many months. Usually, a Bankruptcy case being DISMISSED is BAD for the debtor (i.e. bad for Kulek). If you're Kulek and filing for Bankruptcy protection you want a "DISCHARGE", meaning your debt is forgiven and your creditors can no longer pursue you. "Dismissed" is bad because the Court rejected your case and now you are thrown to the wolves, who can pursue you indefinitely. Of course if you have no assets and gain no assets and have no job, there's not much meat to pick from the bones. It's still not a good result for a debtor to have his case dismissed.
That being said, I haven't read the pleadings and it's not clear to me exactly what was dismissed. There are a lot of ways to get things twisted in a case like this if you're not careful. For example, there are Adversary Proceedings within the Bankruptcy case that are like sub-lawsuits within the larger Bankruptcy case. If the Trustee brings an Adversary Proceeding against a party and that "AP" is dismissed, then that's typically bad for the unsecured creditors.
I do tend to agree with people who've said you have to be careful throwing good money after bad. It is very frequent in cases of theft that the bastard who stole your money wasted it away. Unfortunate but all too common.