Looking at the recent events, I certainly hope that Hillary doesn't have a shot to win, and it fortunately seems that more people are agreeing with me. I was worried when the media and Republicans focused so much on her, but now it seems like she may have just been a convenient punching bag at the time.
Also fortunately, Obama and Huckabee, the only two guys I really cared about, won their respective victories.
While I agree that Obama is inexperienced and full of rhetoric, I'd gladly take him over Hillary or Edwards. In fact, the only other democrat I'd probably vote for is Kuncinich, because he seems like a good guy who honestly speaks his mind, and I think that Congress might keep him in check.
Obama probably won't get much done and will rely on advisers, which might not be a bad thing if he doesn't go with a crackpot team. His main role will probably be playing the "unifier" role he's stood upon, perhaps trying to make a good impression on everyone to keep himself & the dems in power.
Huckabee I have liked since I first started watching the video responses he's posted on the internet. He has openly said he has respect for atheists and will defend their right to freedom from religion, he seems to have a mild approach to nearly everything, and sounds like an honest person. He's also very personal when he speaks.
Again, as with the dems, I'd only vote for one other republican, and that'd be Paul, again because I like some of what he says and think Congress would keep him under lock and key, so to speak.