In just over a week's time, in a central London location, the new leader of the Liberal Democrats will be announced.
The campaign has been bit of a roller coaster ride for the party since Sir Menzies Campbell resigned in October.
Which one will it be? Chris Huhne and Nick Clegg
After a slow start during which the main criticism was that both of the candidates seemed too similar, out went the Lib Dems' "nice " tag, and in came some good old political tussling.
Chris Huhne adopted an aggressive edge to his campaign: there was that Calamity Clegg moment for example - the document produced by the Huhne camp - which left both teams with a certain amount of egg on their faces.
At the start of all this we sought the opinions of two party members who hadn't at that stage decided how to cast their votes.
Dr Richard Grayson, the Head of Politics at Goldsmiths and a former director of policy. And the winner of the Lib Dem blogger of the year award James Graham.
We brought them back together - had their views changed over the past weeks?