Nice new website(s) - http://www.peterhain.org/ and http://www.hain4labour.org/ - from Peter Hain, though a bit fiddly to navigate, not least because it's not clear where one site ends and one starts.
He seems to have gone for a "I'll show you mine if you show me your's" strategy with his MP supporters, announcing all 33 declared ones in one go rather than dribbling them out as others are doing. My hunch is that 33 is the total of his support.
Having said that there's some quality in the 33 - a lot of whom are clearly there because of personal ties from working with him or because of the Welsh connection. Quite a few of them are not really MPs I ever saw as sharing Hain's politics - there is a pretty wide spectrum there from moderates like Nick Palmer, Jessica Morden, Mark Tami and Wayne David, through to Socialist Campaign Group members Mike Clapham, Dave Anderson and Bill Etherington ... and er... ex-Tory Shaun Woodward.
Speaking of ex-members of other parties, Peter's Liberal past is air-brushed out - I couldn't find any mention of the party he was in before 1977. Surely, given everyone knows he was one, it would be better to confront it and explain why he switched to Labour?
The organisational stuff on the site - e.g. email details for sub-regional, youth & student organisers, is good, as you would expect from a Phil Woolas-run campaign.
Should 33 supporters be it, and he fails to get selected, there could be a bit of a scramble by the campaigns that do hit 45 to sign up the candidateless Hainite MPs.
I can't help thinking that had Cruddas not run, Hain might have been in with far more of a shout - but a younger MP without frontbench baggage has managed to grab the soft left constituency - basically the Robin Cook vote - that Hain might have expected to be standard-bearer for.