We know who is going to be First Minister in the Assembly without any doubt.
The big question is who is going to be Presiding Officer?
With Plaid having lost 4 seats in the Assembly Election the party, clearly, can't afford to lose one of its biggest beasts, Dafydd Elis Thomas, by him being tied up in the President's chair. Unless Labour goes into One Wales #2, which is looking unpalatable to both parties at the moment.
Labour can't afford to put up a candidate for Llywydd, if it did it would lose its 50%.
I doubt if any Conservative would want the job, given the fact that they are now the official opposition and need all their amo to prove themselves as an "effective" opposition.
With 3 newbies out of 5 AM's and Kirsty out of the loop as party leader the only candidate the Lib Dems have is Peter Black. Having scraped in on just over 50 votes, and having to give up his high profile blog for the sake of neutrality, would Peter take up the chalice?
I suspect that what will happen is that Labour will attempt to go for One Wales #2 in order to keep Dafydd in the chair.
If Plaid swallows that bait, it needs it's bumps feeling!