I'll vote for "out".
Europe is in the midst of the worst crisis for 70 years and its leaders have clearly still not recognised the need for change.
Having to rely on leaders of countries that are smaller than the population of London for permission to effectively manage migration to our own country is ridiculous, as is the failure of policy makers in Europe to deal decisively with the economic malaise that many countries still find themselves in.
Switzerland has more reciprocal free trade agreements than the EU, and a majority of Britain's trade is outside the EU now. Europe must reform and reform quickly but sees no need to. It's better to be on the outside and focus on maintain trading than inside a movement which is clearly focussed on increasing fiscal, monetary and political union as a goal in its own right.
Two issues are overhyped:
1. Britons still have to show passports when travelling to Europe - "free movement" is not there for us anyway.
2. The german and french economies will still need to sell cars etc. to us. It's as much in their interests for trade to be maintained as it is for ours - and countries already outside the EU have little difficulty trading with it.