With so much hot primary action to keep up on tonight, you may have missed these posts:

*John B. Judis’s heady, forward-looking breakdowns of the exit poll data from both the Republican and Democratic sides.

*Jason Zengerle’s valiant attempt to make heads-or-tails of the GOP field.

*Former Bill Clinton speechwriter David Kusnet’s assessment of the post-result speeches of John Edwards, Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, and tonight’s big GOP winner John McCain.

*Frank Foer offered some early-in-the-evening theories for Hillary’s success, and followed them up with a more dispiriting one.

*Jon Cohn contemplated an economy-driven election.  

*Eve Fairbanks appreciated the compassionate side of Huck.