The Olympics and the UK General Election: this is when I think the BBC truly excels with their media coverage.
As each of these major sport and political events swings around, the breadth of coverage and enrichment with new technologies far exceeds the last time.
Online, TV, radio - via desktop, laptop, mobile, tablet, digital radio, or smart TV - we have 24+ hours of non-stop UK General Election results coverage to gorge ourselves on (if we so choose).
Here the BBC have given the highlights of Thursday night/Friday morning, and what to expect when.
Looking forward to seeing that 'new look' swingometer ...
What to watch out for Exit poll - Polls close at 22:00 BST and the BBC/ITV/Sky exit poll is published. In 2010, the exit poll was pretty much spot on in its prediction of how many seats the parties eventually got. This time, however, the surge in support for the SNP and UKIP could make it a bit trickier for the pollsters. Seat projections - There are 650 seats up for grabs. To form a majority government a party needs 326, although 323 should be enough because Sinn Fein's MPs don't take up their seats. If no party gets this, it becomes a question of who gets the most MPs - and how many seats their potential coalition partners get.