Availability is th problem where I live. When I initially came here in 1999 there were several decent B&M Tobacconist shops here in town. But have all but disappeared now leaving only convenience store type places which carry tobaccos, cigarettes and cheap fruit flavored cigars or OTC pipe tobaccos. And thats just fine and dandy, don't get me wrong. But these tobaccos are expensive; as much as $35 a 50 gram pouch. So I'm pinched for even the simple pleasures of OTC blends. I've tried to concentrate on blends I really like for cellaring. Honestly, I would never have bought an ounce of Penzance if I hadn't really liked it. I not care how popular it is. And I guess I base my chosen blends with that in mind as well. If I find a tobacco I really enjoy, I'll usually try to cellar at least three pounds of it. Some as much as five pounds being my ultimate goal. PS Flakes come to mind. I keep track of these stored blends in my TobaccoCellar.com. for reference. For aging, or the blends I've closed the lids on and won't disturb, there are only a few thus far I have. Penzance, Stonehaven, some PS LNF, and LTF. OGS and HVM are there as well. I hope this thread gets a lot of responses so I can see how others have set up their cellars.