It looks like Kerry is the nominee. A big part of me is disappointed that we didn't get a good second look at Edwards (or even Clark), but I've been more and more impressed with Kerry in the past couple weeks. He's looking better, speaking better, and he presents a credible alternative to Bush on foreign policy. He'll have to fight the Massachusetts liberal label, but he'll have the advantage that it doesn't really fit him.
It's too bad though that this Guard service issue is such big news now — unless there's a powerful punchline, the whole issue will likely be forgotten by November, and it's probably Kerry's single best point of comparison with Bush.
MORE: I'm definitely sad to see Clark out of the race; there was a time (especially just before he decided to commit) when I was very excited about him. I think the big mistake was probably not skipping Iowa, as some have said, but waiting so long to decide about a run. Yes, with more time on his hands he could have done Iowa, but more imporantly I think he would have had time to get more comfortable being a candidate/politician, possibly with less attention.