People will always turn out in droves to see Paul. I don't know what the seeds of doubt are, and I also don't think that this will be his last tour. Once you've performed that long, you can't get it out of your blood, and no matter how old, withered, feeble, etc., he may become (and lets hope it doesn't get to that), he will always have an audience. Does anyone think Sinatra toured into his late '70s because he needed to? People, myself included, paid out small fortunes just to breathe the same air as him, its the same thing with Macca. The '60s generation will always be there to relive Beatlemania and their youth as well as the fact that his music has been the soundtrack to their lives for 40+ years, and they are bringing their kids, and now grandkids who are discovering a whole new universe beyond the mall rat of the week. Look at all of the young posters here. Amen.