It's an interesting and eclectic mix and it's hard to argue with any of the names on it.
What's more interesting who isn't on the list. Any bloggers.
Now, I'm slightly exaggerating for effect as both Mark Pack and Stephen Tall figure. But I wouldn't class them as bloggers, given they run Lib Dem Voice, just as I wouldn't call Tim Montgomerie (Conservative Home) a blogger either.
But where was Caron Lindsay, Nick Thornsby, Richard Flowers, Jonathan Calder et al? Nary a mention.
Now, hands up. I didn't nominate any bloggers myself. Which says quite a lot in terms of 'top of mindness' of the blogging fraternity.
It's also probably true to say that the blogging effect works more as a sum of the whole than the parts. And perhaps we talk more to an internal audience than an external one.
But I am also reminded that when I asked Nick Clegg last year if he read blogs, he (gently) told me no, he didn't have the time.
At the very least - the results of the LDV survey say to the Lib Dem blogging fraternity (of which I am proud to be a part) 'must ty harder'.