I thought both campaigns were a disgrace, There were 2 primary issues that concern me and not once did either address.
There is a fundamental lack of democracy at the centre of EU politics, exactly how would this be dealt with, e.g.
"The European Parliament may approve or reject a legislative proposal, or propose amendments to it. The Council is not legally obliged to take account of Parliament's opinion but in line with the case-law of the Court of Justice, it must not take a decision without having received it. "
So the EU parliament, the only place you have a vote in Europe, can be ignored.
The legal system differences between the majority of the EU and the UK, how are these expected to be reconciled.
UK system has common law, precedent, and is also based on 'that which is not banned is allowed'.
EU ( most ) no common law, no precedent and based on 'that which is not allowed is banned'.
These questions will also be relevant for the, no doubt, inevitable new Scottish Independence Referendum.
Maybe our political servants will answer these questions then, but I won't be holding my breath.