I'm always amazed when a former band member writes a story that ends up being a "tell all". The formula is always the same: include some band and personal history, then get to the "juice" about the former members. Details about drugs, groupies, fights, breakups and makeups, and of course your own quest to save the day and the band. Whether successful or not. Don't forget to stress the importance of your place and contributions in the band. And where possible, take credit for all the good stuff. I always wonder, why now? And what's the motive? Keep your name in the public eye and make some money while you can? And promote your "current projects"? I was a Band fan, saw them a couple of times, and liked their albums. I never cared much for Roberson's guitar playing. His style didn't interest me. But he fit the band and they wrote great songs together. I didn't like the talking part of The Last Waltz. It made me burst out laughing a couple of times. I mean, seriously? However, the musical performances were very enjoyable. Anyway, I hope he feels satisfied with his Band documentary and those on the inside of the story think it's a fair depiction of what actually happened.