Yesterday's editorial in The Herald captured with impressive clarity and conviction the essence of what is at stake tomorrow.
We are on the cusp of the most momentous vote in living memory and, regardless of the outcome of Thursday's poll, Scotland and the rest of the UK will never be the same again.
David Cameron has made an impassioned plea to Scots to reject independence as Gordon Brown predicted that a series of new guarantees for Scotland would secure a No vote on Thursday.
TO a dreich Aberdeen, the oil-rich capital of Europe, for the Prime Minister's last hurrah for the Union.
Although I have been a Yes campaigner through most of the referendum campaign, and will vote Yes, there will be risks and problems with a Yes or No vote, just different ones.