For those of you who didn't see it: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/nickrobinson/2008/09/quizzing_camero.html
Nick Robinson accompanied Cameron on a mini-tour of Birmingham, as the Tory leader spoke to people who traditionally would never consider voting Tory to see if meeting the man himself would rid them of their (mostly, it seemed, generational) fears and doubts. Results varied.
What I'm interested in though is what you, the DiSer, feels would need to change in order for you to be convinced.
I'm very much put off by the idea of tax-breaks for married couples, as well as his ideas concerning inheritance tax personally.