Oh, oh god.
I hate you and my friends. Now I'm actually considering an AM2302 (wired DHT22) sensor, or maybe the DHT11 sensor, and a raspberry pi. I don't even need this and I'm considering it.
In other news, I spent most of yesterday poring through DX and coming up with, what I think, is a better solution to my lighting idea.
They have SMD boards with festoon adapters (FD1210-12W 0.7W 75lm 6000K White Light 12-SMD 3528 LED Car Lamp w/ T10 / BA9S / Festoon Adapter - Free Shipping - DealExtreme - made for car dome lights) that have 3528 SMD LEDs attached. Generally they're under a watt and around the 3500k-4500k color range, this makes them pretty close to "warm white light" and away from that "cool blue" LED color. I was thinking instead of using the strip LEDs to make lighting along the sides of the insides of the drawers, I could use one single panel with a slight cant (about 15*) attached to the back of the drawer, to shine light over the cigars when the door is opened, or perhaps when the drawer is pulled out. It could be done pretty easily with a Hall sensor or a microswitch (for the per drawer) as opposed to a single magnetic switch for all drawers. I'm still undecided.
I think, though, that I've decided against using the LED strip cable to do a perimeter light around the inside of the door and may, instead, use one of the panel strips I found (3W 3500K 200-Lumen Warm White LED Emitter Metal Strip (12~14V) - Free Shipping - DealExtreme) to use as a downward facing dome light at the front of the drawers (top of the wineador ceiling). That way I don't have light directly facing the drawer faces, but rather shining down from above.