Interesting to note that with Tim's recent avalanche of releases (four albums in under two years) it has brought the number of post-Enz studio albums by Neil and Tim to fourteen each. Plus the two "Finn Brothers" releases. That's near enough to a release every 2.5 years involving either Finn since the mid-80s.
Obviously Neil has been the more regular and Tim has been more fits and starts. Tim has had more strictly "solo" albums (9 vs 4), but no band work (0 vs 8) and more other collaborations (5 vs 2).
For me, the glaring anomaly is the relative paucity of Finn Brothers releases. They have mentioned that they would like to do another project together. With Tim firing again, now would be a good time.