Outcome is good for what?Not for the Monarchy!
It's a good outcome for the Royal Family.
Let's face it: only a minority of Romanians want a monarchy. A full restoration is simply not going to happen unless the political situation changes dramatically.
In a situation such as this, the Royal House would typically just fade into obscurity. Look at the Savoys, the German Hohenzollerns, the French royal families and now even the Habsburgs. Their members may be wealthy and have neat histories, but they are just common citizens.
Further, King Michael's children (except Princess Margareta) unfortunately have not really done much of anything to merit a restoration, and even she married Radu, who I understand is not very well liked. So the fate of the Royal House of Romania would not be promising.
Despite this, and even though Romania has no real need for yet another high-level government position (it has a head of state, a head of government, etc. already), the Royal Family is about to be given official recognition and large salaries. The Royal Family is guaranteed officially-sanctioned prominence and wealth. If the Royal Family is savvy, even though restoration is very unlikely, it could use its new official position as a launching pad to getting more and more duties.
We also need to remember that royal duties change. The British Royal Family has a very different role now than it did 100 years ago; the Swedish royal family has been reduced to a purely ceremonial job with no power at all; and other royal families have seen similar reductions in their power and influence. Romania's Royal Family should view this as a further evolution of their role--but despite the tide of history, it's a strengthening of its position.
If I were Princess Margareta, I'd be happy with that.