You've heard the arguments, you've listened to the discussions, you've read the literature.
Now it's time to make up your mind. How will you mark your ballot paper? Yep, tomorrow is election day, and the good citizens of Northern Ireland will be up early, decisions made, and ready to make their mark at the polling station.
We're gripped in a frenzy of anticipation. Never before has an election been more written about, talked about, blogged about and tweeted about. We're sorted ... aren't we?
But hang on ... can you choose between the green policies of the Ulster Unionists and Alliance? Or the cost-saving initiatives of Sinn Fein and the TUV?
It's complicated. So huzzah for the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival , which will be helping us unravel the intricacies of local politics in the Big Election Comedy Quiz tonight.
An imposing team of comedic intellectuals - Vincent Higgins, Abigail McGibbon, Alan McKee and Conor Grimes - have read and digested the parties' manifestos. They may even have spoken to some of the party candidates (although politicians are pretty hard to come by at the moment, don't you find?).
And they'll be giving us the benefit of their findings in the trilingual show Vote, Votail, Big Heid Coont, penned for your delectation by Grimes, Higgins, McKee and David Ireland.
All you're required to do is to turn up, pay for your ticket and settle back for a night of comedy sketches and a quiz. There are prizes provided by the political parties themselves (and who hasn't yearned for a DUP mug, a Sinn Fein sliotar or a UUP cattle prod?)
If you fancy your chances of winning an SDLP mouse-mat, or even an elocution lesson, courtesy of the Alliance Party, then this is the night for you. And who knows? You may even have a clearer idea of what they all stand for, who you want to see elected and even how you want to elect them.
Politics for the people. Gets my vote, anyway!