If people want to see them, fine. I have no desire to see them live, but I felt that way when Frey was alive. They're letter-perfect and as exciting as a mashed potato sandwich in concert. I like a lot of the songs with Frey's lead vocals, but I think it's been amply demonstrated that Henley was much more talented as both a vocalist and, more significantly, a songwriter. Then why not just see Henley solo? Good question. The presence of Walsh. The historic import. Come to think of it, I've seen Henley live (back in '85), but never the Eagles. >>I got soured on The Eagles when the whole Don Felder thing went down. Not only was it ugly, but I always thought Felder was core to the sound they had when I was a fan.>> It's nice to have as many of the classic era members as possible, but Felder was never core to anything in the Eagles. He's a great guitar player and he wrote the music to "Hotel California," but he couldn't have turned the music he wrote into that song in a million years. I think Felder got screwed over when they forced him out of the band for questioning the accounting, but he probably didn't get screwed over in the settlement of his lawsuit. Don & Glenn's big mistake was making him a full partner in the band when they brought him in. That was an act of kindness they were careful not to repeat.