This is it. All £95,000 of it so Scotland had better like it.
Now let me explain what it means - other than the 2014 Commonwealth Games which will be held in Glasgow.
It is based around 4 numbers associated with the games - the 20th time they have been held, the 17 sports represented, the 11 days of the competition and one host city.
The second ring is precisely 17/20ths of the size of the full outer circle and the third ring is 11/20ths of the size. At the heart of the logo is the letter G standing for host city, although I'm sure you already know that.
John Scott, chief executive of Glasgow 2014 Ltd., praised the new design's 'fun and flexibility'.
I suppose we have had a bargain. The logo for the 2012 Olympics in London is said to have cost £400,000.