From the reviews I've read so far, it was a success, but less than a reak debate. Most reviews were positive for both participants and happy that they were allowed to voice their policy stances unencumbered by 1.5 minute time limits and the pesky "gotcha" questions from journalists.
Huntsman had much to gain, but Gingrich was apparently generous; they were both firm yet civil and added some humor; it was a good forum, most reviewers said (with one expection: Molly Ball from The Atlantic who called it "the debate that wasn't," or something like that.)
I was hoping the meeting might bring Huntsman out of obscurity and up in the polls, especially in New Hampshire where he apparently has good numbers anyway. Some commentators believe his success in New Hampshire could hurt Romney and that would be good for Gingrich as well.
My question is: what happened to the C-Span re-broadcast?