We may have seen the last of Daniel Craig as James Bond. After "joking" post-Spectre that he'd "rather slit my wrists" than do another 007, according to reports Craig has now made it clear he really is done with the role.
But if this is indeed the end of Craig's Bond, how does he stack up in the pantheon of 007 actors? Clearly, when it comes to modelling swimming trunks he's the king but what about his other vital statistics, compared with Connery, Moore, Brosnan and co?
Below, I've compared the various Bonds in terms of number of films made, screen minutes spent in the role* and the length of their tenures (now, now, Moneypenny) and Craig is looking good.
In terms of both years in the role and screen minutes, the 48-year-old Craig is second only to the mighty (if creaky) Roger Moore, who racked up 851 minutes over a 13-year period and was still putting it about at the ripe old age of 57.
And when it comes to films made, Craig outguns George Lazenby and Timothy Dalton and is the equal of Pierce Brosnan, with only Moore's 7 films and Sean Connery's 6 (and a bit) ahead of him.
So if Spectre really does prove to be his final mission, it's fair to say Craig can hang up his holster with the satisfaction of having served Queen, country and film fans with real dedication.