Who will be Lib Dem candidate for London mayor?
Lib Dem bigwigs in London would ideally like to decide on their next candidate for mayor this autumn, which would give them an 18-month run up to the next election in May 2012.
The trouble is that the only real name to declare so far is Lembit Opik. But many Lib Dems are concerned that he's become too much of a comic figure in recent years - hence his shock defeat in Montgomeryshire at the general election.
Opik, who's since taken to the comedy circuit, argues that if Boris Johnson can be mayor, then so can he.
Another possibility might be Susan Kramer, who stood for the job in 2000, but she's an election "loser" too.
What's more she might be hoping that the controversy over Zac Goldsmith's expenses might give her a chance of regaining her seat in Richmond.
So how about Duwayne Brooks instead, some Lib Dems are asking.
"That's a familiar name," I hear you say. "Where have I heard of him?"
Brooks was the teenage friend of Stephen Lawrence who witnessed his brutal murder by a gang of racist thugs in Eltham, south London, in 1993.
In a by-election last year, Brooks was elected as a Liberal Democrat councillor in Lewisham.
But after their experience with Brian Paddick in 2008 some Lib Dems may conclude you need substantial political experience, more than a familiar name and a good reputation, to succeed in mayoral elections.