Ok, so I have a question for the group. I read a comment in another thread about "low quality" tobacco. This got me thinking about what constitutes a low quality pipe tobacco. I am not sure if my limited experience makes me any kind of a judge on the matter, but here are my thoughts. There is no really "low quality" pipe tobacco.At least none that have stood the test of time. Any pipe tobacco that has been around for more than five years has to be liked by enough people to justify still making it. Yup, that's it. Are there tobacco's out there I don't like? Yes, at least one.Is there tobacco out there labeled for pipes that really isn't pipe tobacco? Yes, but I'm not including them in my assessment. Does that make it low quality? Not to me. It just makes it one I don't like. If it was low quality, it wouldn't be around for long. Are OTC's low quality? Not to me. They are just more easily available for me. Just because it is hard to get doesn't make it a higher quality, does it? Please don't confuse "better" with "quality". Just because I like one tobacco more than another doesn't necessarily mean there is a quality difference, or does it? Or am I full of it?