This mainly goes out to the professional mathematicians, but what would be your assessment of the Millennium Problems? In the sense of which would be the most difficult, which might be solved first, the current status of the problems within the community itself. Not necessarily all of them, maybe the one or two that pertain to your area. I ask because I was listening to an algebraist and topologist at my university talk about the Poincaré conjecture and found the discussion fascinating. In essence I'm looking for a discussion on the problems, focusing on their current status and opinions of mathematicians in the relevant fields of what their future will be.