It's the last week of the most gripping/tedious political event to have taken place in the past months since the general election.
Not being a Labour party member thankfully I don't have to vote but thousands do - and many, like Mr and Mrs Harman, will vote early and vote often.
Hasn't it all been rather courteous so far? False courtesy of course but fibs are the common factor in Labour elections. Just this weekend Miliband Jnr was saying he was anti the war in Iraq. He wasn't even an MP then but a wee fib to the faithful doesn't hurt. After all, all politicians do it - some are just better at it than others.
Neil Kinnock's in on the act now. You just can't keep a champagne socialist down. The Labour supporting Scottish Sunday Mail refers to Kinnock as a 'Labour statesman' who is accusing Miliband Snr of smearing his brother Ed and being "deeply resentful" that his younger brother is standing against him. He has also claimed David's team have spread "bloody bile" about Ed being too left-wing and in the pocket of his union backers. David is Darling's choice. "There is a good field but David has a very clear sense of direction and what the government can do to help people get on and help themselves and their families." To me Miliband Snr has a little touch of the Mr Bean about him.
If you have a minute to spare vote in the Poll in the right hand column. It's only fun and no labour supporters should take the results seriously. Then again...