I've been disappointed by the Olivia Chow campaign, which has struck me as very negative and prone to ad hominem attacks on her opponents.
It also reminds me of Smitherman's campaign, with a sense of lazy entitlement that keeps it from connecting with the people of Toronto.
I have concerns about Tory, but I like his plan to use existing track to boost rail transit.
Soknacki has some appealing ideas (although I hate his plan to keep bars open later to combat booze cans).
In the end, I'll probably go with Tory unless Soknacki proves he has a legitimate chance to win.