Many fellowships having abandoned the use of wine, use individual cups for hygiene (is there a link?). Anyway perhaps as a consequence something of the communal aspect is lost - to make up for this has come the instruction "We retain the cup and drink together". Would I be wrong to drink it seperately once in a while? I must confess to "breaking my bread" a quarter inch cube, and that after squashing it (was it not originally unleavened, in Judaism I mean not RC?) The last occassion I shared a cup was in my the presbetyrian church I grew up in. Latterly I refused to take communion there when it dawned on me the definition of a christian excluded most of the congregation and minister (In our last vestry hour he confessed to me he did not know if there was an afterlife). The sense of fellowship embodied in that one cup has always stuck with me - hence my reason for letting the cup pass by on that occasion.