Or not? About 10-12 years ago stogies caught my fancy and I tended to buy boxes from time to time. I got about 25 boxes ahead, stuffing them in a wincecoolerdor and picking them out, 5-10 week for a while. When I suddenly got all pipey the remaining 20 or so boxes were neglected in the sense of being smoked so regularly. I've been weeding them out at the rate of a couple/week lately. Having now saved a small fortune on NOT smoking cigars I find the remnants are, by and large, as good or better than they ever were. While many have stayed put in terms of development, some good cigars are at least, still good but mainly better. A lot of average cigars are stunningly improved and a few have either gone the wrong way or, more likely, they just plain sucked when I bought them. Biggest surprise? El cheapo Drew Estates Vieja Habanas went from OK to stunning. I finished the last of several boxes approaching 10 years old over Christmas and they were richly sublime. Many of the OpusX and Anejo vitolas were punchier than ever but, par for the course, about 60% of them were still average to poor; but the good 'uns were great. I have a dozen old-old mid-1990's El Rico Habanos rolled in Miami remaining from several boxes; they were pepper-snorking mindblowers 10 years ago and, now, they are pepper-snorking mindblowers (if you like that sort of thing). Expected results? Most CC's stayed the same or improved modestly. Best smokers were the moderately priced sticks that smoked very well when fresh. Let downs? The best of the CC's in my humidor did not improve; they arrived aged in most cases and never stepped up to a next level. Tatuaje... a few J21 Reservas plumed a while back and they were spectacular but the rest fell off or stayed put. Your old humi picks?