In my state (West Virginia) I'm running as an "Uncommitted" delegate. I had to sign up before the end of January as either committed to a named individual or uncommitted. I choose the uncommitted role so I would be able to support whichever Anti-Romney candidate was still around. My first choices - Cain, Bachman, & Perry are already gone, so if and when I get to Tampa I'll vote for either Gingrich or Santorum (whichever can beat Willard).
Like a lot of citizens of late voting states, it's going to be nice to be able to have a part in choosing our candidate for a change. I'd like to see the recommendation approved which was made in 2008 to divide the country into four squares (NE, SE, SW, and NW) and rotate which square starts the primary season every four years. They'd all (within the square) vote on the same day with the next square voting about a month later, etc. That way we could stop the liberal states from picking our candidate for us because they insisted on being the earliest primary/caucus states.
While we're fixing the system, I'd like to stop letting Independents and Democrats vote in our primary, which also lets them pick our candidates for us. If you want to pick the Republican candidate, you should have been a registered Republican for at least the last six months!
Are you well-known enough to win election? Uncommitted delegates have an uphill struggle.