The band definitely realizes that their big time in the spotlight faded particularly after Collision Course, but they still release a hit here or there. The songs may not come on the radio as much, but radio plays a much water-ed down genre of music these days. The videos may not be shown a dozen times a day on MTV anymore, but MTV is more concerned with reality television than music. Ten million people may not be buying their new albums anymore, but who knows all the hundreds of thousands that either pirate the music, listen to them on Pandora, or watch the videos on sites like YouTube. The band and Warner Brother's know that they have a very diverse but loyal fan-base and concerts will be sold out, night after night, all around the world. Plus, I don't think they would enjoy much of being celebrities and all the baggage that comes along with it. They are members of one of the top selling bands of the last decade while still maintaining privacy, and that's something they should be proud of.