According to your Fantasy Cabinet predictions William Hague should be Shadow Chancellor. Today's Guardian suggests that Mr Hague will return as Shadow Foreign Secretary, however. Mr Hague is reported as saying that existing commitments - including a forthcoming book on William Wilberforce - would mean that he would not have the time for the demanding finance portfolio.
If Mr Hague becomes Shadow Foreign Secretary he will be responsible for timetabling the promised exit from the EPP but such an appointment would deprive Liam Fox of his current - and favoured - post. The obvious place for Dr Fox to go is Shadow Home Affairs but that would mean moving David Davis. The Cameron Camp are waiting to see the scale of their victory before deciding what to do with Mr Davis. If they only win by 60-40 they may have to keep Mr Davis in his current job and, perhaps, give him the deputy leadership if the race ends up even tighter than that. If their margin of victory is bigger than 60-40 they will offer a diminished Mr Davis a lesser portfolio - like defence. Mr Davis may refuse this position and cause Mr Cameron the first major headache of his leadership.
George Osborne, DC's campaign manager, is apparently only prepared to give up the Shadow Chancellorship for Mr Hague. The differences between Mr Cameron and Mr Davis on tax would, in any case, make it difficult for this post to end up in Mr Davis' lap.
Either Fox or Davis at the Shadow Home Affairs post will reassure social conservatives who believe that Mr Cameron's drugs policies are too soft. Mr Cameron has promised to decide drugs policy with his shadow cabinet.
If Mr Osborne remains Shadow Chancellor there is an increased possibility that Francis Maude will stay in charge of CCHQ. Today's Telegraph reports a speech in which Mr Maude (a regular contributor to this site's Platform blog) calls on Tories to form a broad alliance with Blairite Labour MPs and Orange Book LibDems in favour of public service reform. Mr Maude echoes Mr Cameron's more consensual approach to opposition.