The tip over slows things down a small amount, but the engineering is finished on the Starhopper, so its just a matter of reordering/re-cutting damaged parts and redoing the assembly. They’ll probably do a quick rework in case of further high winds.
If the stainless steel works, it’s going to make the rocket a lot cheaper per pound if it’s also lighter and stronger. That’s the spooky thing about it. And, if it’s stronger, it’s going to make scaling it up to even larger rockets even easier, which should drive down the price a little bit more per pound.
Moon, Mars, asteroids, gas giant moons, here we come!