Normally I don't spoon feed my responses to people, but your request was so civil that I must help you out. In my personal opinion, a good deal for the Palestinians would be two states based on the 1967 borders, no land swap, no reserved settlement blocks, no right of return, no Israeli presence in the Palestinian state. Terrorism to be addressed by a joint force having authority on both sides of the border. Israel would never willingly accept this deal. America and the Palestinians would, with some reservations. This deal would have to be forced upon Israel by America. In Israels preferred deal, Israel keeps major settlement blocks, reserved roads, maintains authority over Palestinian lands. Israels deal is keeping the status quo except the Palestinians stop all resistance. Israels reputation with America and the world continues to drop over time. Eventually, there will be enough motivation to sanction Israel. That's when Israel will not be able to dictate peace terms.
In Bahrain, 2 police officers killed, 6 wounded in bombing (AP)
from the article: Barak: Peace process failures greater threat than Iran nukes