The Liberal Party has appointed a liberal to be its leader.
A big picture liberal who undoubtedly sits at the left of his party on "social" issues. Up against a small-c conservative in Rudd, sitting as he does towards the right of his own part on matters social.
So the Hundred Million Dollar Question is:
Is it possible under Turnbull we will end up with a liberal opposition that is as, or more, socially progressive than the Labor Party?
Other big questions include will he get knifed at the first stumble, is yet another rhetorically brilliant barrister what the system needs, and will Spycatcher get republished?