So we know that at the moment of the big bang the universe was relatively low in entropy; as the universe has expanded entropy has increased, but what about further down the line? What about when the universe is so cold that it's nothing more than a collection of black holes, and further more what about when those black holes have evaporated? How would we describe the levels of entropy in that phase of the universes life? Wouldn't entropy have decreased since the universe has become less messy and there's fewer configurations in which the constituents of the system can be ordered? I realize the second law of thermodynamics isn't taken quite as seriously as the rest of the laws, but I'm curious about it anyway.