My cellar is pretty well stocked with my favorite bulk blends. There are few more pounds of my favorite bulk blends I've been meaning to acquire, and a few more untried bulk blends that I've been meaning to try (and perhaps add) but have not gotten around to yet. But all-in-all, I' pretty satisfied with the roughly 40 pounds of bulk that I've got and I feel no urge to run out and stock any more bulk blends. At the rate that I smoke these more "upscale" blends, I should have enough to last me many years - even with what I already have. I've come to feel the same about tinned blends. There are a few tried and true tinned blends I'd like to stock-up on, and quite a few more I'd like to try. However, I have no overwhelming urge to do so. My beloved SWR - that "everyday" blend that is truly manna from the baccy gods? I'll just walk down to David's and buy a pouch when this one is gone. Maybe I'll get around to buying a few tubs just as a hedge against the day that I can no longer just walk down to David's to buy a pouch, but again I have no maddening urge to do so. Pipes? Realistically, I've got about 30 or so that I might as well give away cuz I no longer smoke them. "Might as well" but won't, cuz I'm actually quite fond of them all and like to look at them. However, between my straight Falcon set, my no-name Canadian, my BST, my two DGE cobs, and my four Forever Stem-fitted cobs, I have all the pipes I'm ever likely to smoke. Sure, I periodically go surfing for Petes or Stans but I've yet to come across one that I really want. Wonderful pipes to be sure, but I'm just not driven to the point that I really want to shell out the cash for them. About the only pipe that I'm really thinking about getting is a bent Falcon with a Dublin bowl, but I have no burning desire to pony-up the coin. I'm sure I'll add a Pete St. Paddy Day pipe every year, but I think of that as more of a collecting issue than a PAD issue. Could it be that TAD and PAD have run their course? Could I be cured? Or are TAD and PAD more like cancers, and the best that I can really hope for is that they are in remission? Will they ultimately come back to torture my festering soul? Dunno, but I do know that I seem to have hit that sweet spot where I know what I like and I like what I smoke. I've been in this sweet spot since the end of October, and I like it. It's a really nice place to be, and I hope that my PSF brothers and sisters can find such a place. Happy smoking, y'all.