2010 has been a good year so far on the rocket front: only 163 of them have been shot at Israel's citizens, demonstrating that last year's Gaza operation was a good idea. The IDF has just put up lots of data.
No other country in the world would regard these numbers as satisfying, of course. Only 163 rockets and mortars lobbed randomly towards its civilians.
You might expect Israel to be demanding that a total cessation of any shooting be a prerequisite for any settlement freeze, except that of course the PA on the West Bank can't be expected to deliver. Which then raises the question of the point of the whole negotiations exercise (which I happen to be in favor of).