Thanks for the info.
Funny, I do like the Oliveros Classic. No they are not the greatest, but I think they are flavorful and make a good casual smoke. Then again, my stock is over a year and half old, so that might make the difference. They also seem to taste best being stored at high humidity. To me, the King Havano is their best one, by far. They take a while to come around, but once they do, they are straight up MONEY. I like the Claro wrapper. The 1927s eight zeros give you a nice Dominican taste, and I generally don't like Dominican tobacco. But again, they need a MINIMUM of 1 year rest time. Anything less will make you think it's not that good of a cigar. Again, their construction can't be beat.
I need to get my hands on the Sungrowns--i've been meaning to but I haven't. I at least want to pick some up in time for Summer 2013.