$245 million, that's as much as Clapton has. But Mick was never a true Stone, he was a gun for hire. He got a paycheck and never got royalties from the Stones. He apparently is a savvy investor and business owner. I always felt he got a bum deal with the Stones. I'm glad he showed them that he was more powerful a force than just a lowly guitar player. Might his business sensibilities have been a threat to the Stones like in a takeover or something? Or was he not a Stones team player to start out with?