Will the Armagh and Tyrone dominance end?
We are putting the finishing touches to a new summer of The Championship on BBC Sport NI.
All eight Ulster matches will be live - which is a first. And there will be a few team changes along the way.
Peter Canavan will be in our Casement Park studio on 23 May for Antrim v Tyrone.
Some of BBC Sport NI's Championship team - Mark Sidebottom, Jarlath Burns, Austin O'Callaghan, Thomas Kane aned Martin McHugh warm up for a busy summer
Former Armagh footballer Oisin McConville will be with us for the trip to Ballybofey and Donegal v Down a week later.
And for those of you who enjoy the McHugh v Burns jousting, there will be plenty of that too. You can now follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/bbcchampionship which will be the fastest way to find out what we have planned for the programme each week.
I am asked regularly who I think will win Ulster this year? And the honest answer is: I haven't a clue. There are too many questions about several of the counties at the moment.
Is morale really as bad in Derry as the rumours suggest? For the record, I visited Owenbeg last week for the Derry players' media night and it looked like a fairly happy and contented camp to me.
The last county to win Ulster outside of Armagh and Tyrone was Derry in 1998. That is a long time.
I am a hesitant man for making predictions - mainly because I have a spectacular habit of giving teams the kiss of death. So, with trembly knees and a total lack of conviction, my Ulster Championship prediction for 2010 is this: the Armagh/Tyrone stranglehold on the Anglo-Celt will end this summer.