As tradition dictates that no GC contender may attack today, barring a crash, case of food poisoning or something else unforeseen, Cadel Evans (who does have a history of bad luck in grand tours) will finally win the Tour after numerous close calls in the past, giving Australia its first TdF win ever.
For the sprinters, though, it's game on. The Champs-Elysées is prime sprinting territory. Mark Cavendish is almost certain to win green, but will he win the stage? Will Gilbert or Hushovd give it a shot?
And of course, there is the ceremony following the stage. If Cavendish is indeed on the podium, will fans grumble that it's undeserved, given his consecutive finishes outside the time limit in the Alps? (IMO, the current rule - a points deduction when 20+% of the riders don't finish in time - is fine, but perhaps it should only apply the first time. If a rider is again outside the limit, maybe he should be disqualified, period.)
Any/all thoughts on the Tour and its dramatic conclusion can go here.