It’s early.

Waaaaay early.

But already there has been a shuffle at the top of John McCain’s campaign brass.

John McCain has shuffled his top advisors after months of hand-wringing among Republican political operatives complaining about his presidential campaign’s lack of focus.

Senior advisor Steve Schmidt, who had been traveling with McCain, is taking over day-to-day operations; campaign manager Rick Davis will shift to a less central role.

This is probably nothing.

But an adjustment this early means they are either nervous about how things are going, or they are changing their tactics.

Whichever it is, they had better bringing into focus soon, or the “Straight Talk Express” will be quickly derailed.