Agreed. I have no problem with heritage acts touring only oldies with subsets of the original lineup. There's no one proper way to keep working in this business. I have my own preferences for how to manage this, but in general, I'd rather they all keep carrying on, and let the audiences sort out how to respond. The Moodies crowd I was in was certainly getting their money's worth, as did I. As a concert by the 2017 vintage Moody Blues, it was a good time. I was just wanting to put in perspective the notion of "performing the full album Days of Future Passed". They performed about 80% of it. The rest was taped playback, two songs for which the stage was empty, and the rest of the time, the band stood uncomfortably, although John Lodge paced a bit. Audiences who see the full orchestra versions will experience this differently of course!