As far as I recall the only preparations were for Sandii and the Sunsetz to join us for the encore. The rest of the onstage shenanigans were not anticipated as it was a covert operation. It wasn’t a massive relief because we were performing well together and it was a fairly harmonious tour from the bands perspective. The audiences were incredibly responsive throughout and that was special, but we had played the material to death by that point and it felt like time to move on. There was a general sense of being done over by the business end as we weren’t personally making much money from the tour so all the hard work was lining the pockets of management, agencies, merchandising and record companies, but not the artists. Feeling let down by the industry did add to the sense of good riddance and I firmly lay the blame for that on management. From my perspective there wasn’t a significant sense of finality as I knew I would be playing and working with the same guys in many different forms for many more years and that it would be a much healthier way to develop artistically.