Defeated by Fei Wang and against transdimensional movement, alive through circumstances that could be called miraculous, the young Shaoran drifts to Yuuko's place. Going as far as bending his belief that if he has a wish he'll grant it himself, he asks Yuuko to send him back to Clow-koku, so that he won't let Sakura die. Of course, he doesn't intend to die either. Maybe he won't be able to go back to the dimension he was. Meaning, the condition is that it's a one-way ticket. (T/N: Missing verb at the end of the sentence. It's probably something like "he has to accept".)
How lovely, now Tsubasa joined in the more-breaks-than-chapters schedule (on break for two weeks after this chapter). And considering Holic 14 won't come out before 2009, I don't think we'll get more Holic as compensation.
... So, did Shaoran have his very own mini-dimension-hopping-adventure before the rewind? It'd be really awesome if we found out he actually met people his other self met in the first half (two thirds?) of the story. Since he implied that he spent a lot of time with Sakura, we can assume he eventually made it to Clow-koku, but still, it'd be cool.