Huge change has come to Sudan in just a few days, but the street protesters want more - to ensure the risks they have taken for the gains they have made will shape the future of the country in the way they want it - with civilian rather than military rule.
At this point trust is hard-won and easily lost.
If those still demonstrating outside the military headquarters are forcibly dispersed, that trust will be shattered, as the transitional military council promised this would not happen.
Many concessions have already been made - the arrest of former government figures, new heads of the army, police and the security service, and a promise the opposition can choose a new prime minister.
The question is where the line is drawn - between where the demonstrators are satisfied their demands will be met, and the point when the military leaders feel they cannot give any more.