Aoun's discourse has surprised me lately - I'm impressed. He's calm, composed and conciliatory. A more important development has been his claim that both FPM and Future share at least 95% of their agendas. I see them as the most natural allies in this new cabinet (I say this as neither a member of Future nor the FPM). Assuming that both entities want the best for Lebanon, economically and administratively, they could not be better suited for each other.
I'd also like to add that Hizballah could also be placed in that category. I'm totally against politicization of any religion, and I don't think I would support Hizballah's agenda for Lebanon. But Hizballah is not the agenda-setter in this cabinet, and could bring honesty and professionalism with them to it. I look foward to seeing what the party's ministers are able to accomplish.
Political competition between all the groups is definitely going to play a role in the machinations of the upcomming cabinet - so are regional developments and considerations. I am confident however that it could very well be the most productive in our post-war history.