I see that there are growing signs of disquiet amid the DUP rank-and-file and supporters over details of the St Andrews Agreement with just over ten days before all the parties are required to say whether they are signing up.
While the party leadership has clearly signalled it is, on balance, in favour of the St Andrews package, it is this week continuing its province-wide series of consultations with grassroots members. A former councillor meanwhile has called on the party's MPs, Assembly members and councillors to "have the courage of their convictions" and tell the leadership it is wrong.
Walter Millar, who served on Cookstown council until 1993, said he found it "beyond belief" that Ian Paisley and the DUP would agree to a coalition government with "Sinn Fein/IRA as a result of the Belfast Agreement Mark Two." In a letter to the News Letter today, he argued the present deal is worse than the 1974 Sunningdale and 1985 Anglo-Irish Agreement. Deputy leader Peter Robinson, meanwhile, did not deny that at one meeting he and party leader Ian Paisley were told that people would rather pay the higher water charges than see Martin McGuinness in government.
Mr Millar is right - but there is one subtle difference. With the UUP slavishly pro-power sharing with terrorists, the DUP leadership figure that there is relatively little threat to their prospects at the ballot box when they endorse the Belfast Agreement Part 2.
So, I hope there are more like Millar, unionists who realise when they are being sold a pup.