Ceredig posts some thoughts on the new Tories and I take the view that the silence on the part of the Welsh Tories is probably a reflection of the fact that they can't believe their luck at having a possible shot in government - when lots of people can't stand what they have done in Wales. As our CLP Treasurer told the local paper if he had wanted Tory he would have voted Tory - not ask Plaid to deliver them via the back door.
One part of my brain says this is what will eventuualy drive some deal between Labour and another party, but another bit of my brain has always told me that Ieuan Wyn and Alun Ffred's generation of nationalists (what I might call the post 1960's group) will find Ministerial power a strong pull. There is an element in many politicians (except the LIb Dems at the moment it seems?) who recognise that you go in to politics to make a difference, and the levers of power are how to do it. That was the lesson Labour had to learn after the long years in opposition, and what I feel should shape our need for a deal now.
On the other hand it might all fall apart and the minority government inch along promoting all party votes - until a budget, or other, crisis hits.