I'm in a mad rush at the moment, but I'll jot down my thoughts on the Smith recommendations as and when I have time..
* I was spitting fury last night when Claire Stewart claimed on Twitter that there had been a U-turn on abortion law, which would remain reserved to Westminster. Fortunately, that turns out not to be true, and the report makes clear that the parties are minded to devolve abortion law, subject to further investigation. The cover story for this slight cop-out is that "women's groups" (code for groups with links to Labour) have expressed concerns.
Those "concerns" are completely absurd - they remind me of the Chinese government saying in relation to Hong Kong that they don't disapprove of democracy in principle, as long as they know the results of any election in advance. The overwhelming probability is that the Scottish Parliament would either keep abortion law as it is, or move it slightly more towards a "pro-choice" position. But in a parliamentary democracy, you shouldn't actually need to know that for sure - you just need to trust the voters and their representatives to make the right decision.
I'm not remotely squeamish about this, and I can't understand why any "devolutionist" in Labour would be. Abortion is a grown-up subject, and that's exactly why it should be devolved to the grown-up parliament we're supposed to have.