Well over the months I tried to suggest that you had to vote Eaglestone to get Wigley. I was derided by some, rattled a few of those who knew the realistic prospects for DW from number 2 on the North Wales list, but in the end I don't think people yet understand the ins and outs of the current system of PR.
An article in the Welsh language magazine Golwg, with some associated blogging activity, shows the issue has caused some pain in Plaid.
Of more interest will be the reaction of the electorate, many of whom were told, and beleived, they were voting twice for Plaid in order to get Wigley - and were short changed
On reflection I have to accept the Wigley tactic may have worked for Plaid in 2007 ,but again ??
(indeed can Plaid's strategy really be based on wheeling out Wigley - Soviet style - every four years !)