In the run up to the American presidential elections we will be asking a panel of BBC News Online users to share their views.
In the third instalment in the series, six members of the panel give their verdict on the final report of the commission on the 11 September 2001 attacks on the US.
We asked our panelists: Do the findings of the 9/11 commission affect your voting intention? Do you feel more or less safe now?
Is homeland security an important issue for you in the election? If so, does Kerry or Bush's policy appeal to you?
Between now and November, the panel will be giving us their personal opinions about key events and themes in the race.
We also want to hear what you think, so send us your comments using the form after each person's views.
The reader's panel has been selected from as wide a cross-section of people as possible and may not be representative of wider US public opinion.