1. They are all against Roger. 2. The Story: Ever since the introduction of David Gilmour to the band in 1968 things have been...how do you say it....funky. Gilmour and Rick have always been against Roger (not so much Nick - though he did give in to them). First were David's thoughts "bassist as a frontman, not so great). Then there was Rick's firing by Roger. Then Roger's eventual leaving of the band. What of Rick's firing by Roger? This was the one that eventual lead to Roger leaving the band. One would find it necessary to fire one who took a vacation during the writing of an album would they not? But thats EXACTLY what they wanted. Roger would fire Rick, and this would make him look bad. This would also create doubt about the band's future in Roger (how cruel they were, mentally torturing him). Then what? Roger wanted to do a solo album but NO. David tells him to bring it on as a FLOYD album - Making Roger look like an ASS for taking the credit for it. All this eventually lead to Roger calling the band off. Ah this is what they wanted all along. For Roger to call the band defunct. They brought it to court they did. And won. NO SURPRISE. They framed him - making him look bad for firing Rick, taking over too much control (of his own album). What did David and the others do after Roger left? Did they find a "Proper" frontman as David had wanted? NOPE --- David decided to take over as frontman. And what a great frontman he was - just standing in the exact same position for the entire concert. Then they all bring it back together and start making another album. SEE the evidence is overwhelming. They are against him.