I suppose I'll even throw in my opinion on the debate:
I think Obama had a stronger showing in the debate, but only slightly. I think that he had a slightly more aggressive tone, and that he pressed his attacks. Romney, though given some openers, never seemed to press any of them. The question I really wanted him to ask was, "Mr. President, is Israel a close ally that we would defend as one of our own, or are we growing daylight between our nations?"
I think Romney mostly just wanted to keep the "status quo" on this one. He didn't want to do anything too spectacular because he's already winning in the polls. Some light jabs to keep in the game, but otherwise, I got the feeling he just didn't want to upset anyone and put off voters.
I did think Bob Schieffer, the moderator, was by far the best thus far. Very fair, and still maintaining control of the debate. That being said, the candidates also weren't trying to walk all over him either as in the previous debates.