No not because there is a very real prospect the historic union could be broken but because no one, be it a politician or 'expert' is actually talking TO the people of Scotland.
Scots basically are being talked AT, 'oooo don't vote for independence because this and that will happen and it's all your fault' say the No Thanks team.
'Ach, don't listen to em, you should vote for independence as it will be great and we can do this that and the other' say the Yes team.
At no point in this campaign has either side said to the Scottish people 'here is our case and here's why the opposition are wrong in our opinion.'
The Scots deserve that and to be trusted to go away, consider it all and then deliver their verdict next Thursday.
I will declare an interest to say as an Englishman I hope our Celtic cousins decide to stay, but the outcome is nothing to do with me or anyone else south of the border.
My opinion is that if we stay together we should work together to ensure Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland too have much greater powers and can prosper both individually and together.
But should the Scottish people decide to vote yes then we have a duty in England to work with an independent Scotland.
To all the politicians and experts travelling north in the next week, don't waste your time delivering meaningless soundbites and 'warnings'.
Just talk to the people, Scots are the most welcoming and friendly people on the planet, show them some respect hey?
Scotland, everyone in England wants you to stay. We never have took your freedom and we won't do so now!