My colleagues at Sky have put together one of the must-have accessories of the conference season - political Top Trumps.
These cards feature leading politicos from British parties, rating them for categories such as looks, majority, parliamentary skills and charisma.
Lembit Opik will be chuffed to learn that he features - although slightly less pleased to see that his rating for "looks" is 33 - the same as Menzies Campell.
At least he beats William Hague (25) in that department although Hague's parliamentary skills do score highly.
Most senior UK politicians do figure, although Peter Hain has been strangely excluded. He is doubtless "relaxed" about it.
SNP leader and Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond does feature, although there is no place for his Plaid Cymru counterpart Ieuan Wyn Jones, despite his recent promotion to the role of deputy First Minister.
This could well see the first autumnal surge in the Elfynometer and must surely be immediately denounced as either a snub or a slap in the face to Wales.
If it's any consolation, Welsh First Minister Rhodri Morgan is also overlooked. It's a cruel world.