Being a big Pink Floyd fan , I have been waiting for word on if the boys were going to continue on.....Of course Leave it to Roger to have the first word on the subject... This interview took place to push his new opera but since the Floyd had just played Live 8, the talk turned to the band and whats going to happen. Roger did not say no but.....read between the lines. Heck!!!! Read the real lines themselves to get the idea that Roger is not keen on keeping the band as a on going project. It was nice while it lasted. I found this interview on 3 different web sites...two Floyd related sites and Rolling Stone web site. I am just quoting the bits about Floyd. If you want to read more about Roger's new opera, I am sure there are plenty of places to find that info.... "It looked like you were having the time of your life. It was more fun than I can remember having with Pink Floyd twenty-five years ago. When we did The Wall, we'd have four Winnebagos parked in a circle, with all the doors facing away from the circle. It was really, really bad. Everybody was kind of jealous -- definitely Dave. He was so pissed off that I was writing everything and doing all the work. He wanted to be that person, but he wasn't. But at Live 8 everything was easy. I was there to enjoy myself. How do you think Dave felt? He did send me an e-mail afterward, saying, "Hi, Rog, I'm glad you made that phone call. It was fun, wasn't it?" So he obviously had fun. God bless the global success that was Live 8 -- not least of all for reuniting acrimonious ex-bandmates Roger Waters and David Gilmour to perform Pink Floyd songs for the first time since 1981. "I was very happy -- I definitely felt warm and cuddly toward everyone in the band," says Waters, sipping white wine in his forty-ninth-floor midtown-Manhattan apartment. "I decided that if anything came up in rehearsals -- any difference of opinion -- I would just roll over. And I did." But with Pink Floyd on the minds of rock fans, Waters flatly denies talk of a future tour in the U.S., even for the reported $150 million payday. "I don't really need it," he says. "It would be a very hot ticket. That said, I didn't mind rolling over for one day, but I couldn't roll over for a whole f**king tour." Well roll over David Gilmore and tell Nick mason the news!!!!!