Today at 12:30, Tony Snow delivers his first solo televised White House press briefing (read about his first, not-so-successful off-camera gaggle here). We’ll be on the scene, with a report later today, but here are some other questions that we–and other White House reporters–are curious about going into the briefing:Who in the front row will get the first question: Terry Hunt? Or Steve Holland? How far back in the room will he go for questions?How long will it take for a reporter to quote from an old Snow speech/ radio program or editorial about Bush?How many times will he say, “I’m still the new kid on the block, I don’t know….”?How long will the NKOTB line work on David Gregory?Or will he have the cojones to say, “You want to know what? I just effing know, that’s how.”Will his tone sound like he’s reading from talking points? Or has his time as a media man made him a natural in front of the camera and behind the podium? Will he ever admit that he’s just falling back on his talking points?Will Snow be a.) fortunate or b.) unfortunate enough to have breaking news break (a Karl Rove indictment?) during the briefing? (This much-anticipated briefing already got bumped from Monday thanks to Bush’s immigration speech)Will Helen Thomas be there?How many things will he have to “check on that”?Will the press corps go easy on him today? Or test him?Will his answers re: the potential Rove indictment differ at all from Scott McClellan’s? And if so, will that cause a political earthquake in the briefing room?