So do you guys remove the cellos from your cigars or not? Leaving the cellos on completely ruins the aesthetic - naked definitely enhances the collecting aspect.
Since I'll probably smoke any cigar I buy within a year, probably doesn't matter, but my humidor doesn't really provide for good separation of the cigars.
Considering aging some of my favorites. Although it doesn't appear to be much benefit from aging, it might be nice to set aside a few of my favorites to try again in 5 & 10 years. Maybe just get another small humidor and throw two of my favorites in every year to age. Even if on average there's no improvement, you'd still have the thrill of not knowing what you're going to get, along with the satisfaction puffing away on a stogie you bought 15-20 years ago.