No problems ! Just as long as the over pompous and overrated The Wall is stomped by the other worthier albums you mentioned
To me, at least, The Wall is second only to The Final Cut, but there's a bit of bias with that. When I was three my grandfather showed me his DVD of Roger Waters The Wall Live In Berlin (1990) and I honestly fell in love with Pink Floyd after that. He also showed me Roger's In The Flesh DVD, Pink Floyd's P.U.L.S.E, Delicate Sound Of Thunder and Live At Pompeii. However, he warned me against listening to anything released before Meddle, and not to listen to Obscured By Clouds... of course, I didn't listen, and thank god I didn't because I bloody love them. Now, to me at least, the only thing overrated about The Wall is Another Brick In The Wall, Pt. 2.
On the other hand, I don't know if The Wall is overrated, or the rest of their albums are underrated. All the albums from Piper to Obscured were definitely underrated, I have mixed feelings about Animals being underrated, The Final Cut is definitely underrated, and with Momentary Lapse Of Reason, as much as I dislike a lot of the songs on it (the only Floyd songs that I don't like can be found on the album), I think that album is underrated. The popular opinion is that Learning To Fly is the only good song on it, but I also liked Signs Of Life, On The Turning Away, Dogs Of War, Terminal Frost and Sorrow. And, of course, Endless River is way too underrated. But let's not forget how underrated Scream Thy Last Scream, It Would Be So Nice, Point Me At The Sky, Paintbox, Apples And Oranges, Julia Dream, Biding My Time and Candy And A Current Bun are.?♂️