yeah i agree with you Tommy on the lengthy promos on PPVs- those shows are big enough anyways. Sometimes they are warranted, but for the most part they are better used on the regular shows. And as Tommy said, interviews are also a great way to break up things transistion wise- if people get them in, if not even just a few lines of commentary will work. Anything is just better than "RVD is in the ring celebrating his win to the cheer of the fans, then heads backstage" followed up by "Bully Ray makes his way to the ring hurling insults at the fans". Some kind of transistion is needed there even if its something like "Cole: The WWE universe sure are behind RVD after his hard fought match. Speaking of RVD, one of the competitors in the next match of the night is one of his running buddies for the original ECW, the man formally known as Bubba Ray Dudley- Bully Ray blah blah blah blah"