Just wanted to bump to say I popped in here (this location) earlier today, not expecting much... How many times do you hear biggest walk-in in the state?
Well, I was floored. This place is huge! 2 walk-ins (one leading to pipe tobacco closet & a storage area w/ thousands of boxes!), 2 more smaller sliding door humidors (each the size of the humidor at my usual B&M). Also, found DPGs, which I've never had, white label Tats, which I've never had, and AŮejos, (you've guessed it) which I've never had. Not to mention they had Flying Pigs in stock, Man O' Wars (which one of my buddies absolutely loved; and I thought they were online only), Opus singles (), and much much more. I was floored by the selection. And it was just as long of a drive away as my usual B&M. The prices were fantastic as well; a big shocker to me ($14 Opus X petit lancero, $12 anejo, $8 DPG blue lanc.)... well maybe not fantastic, but much better than what I was seeing at my old B&M.
The only thing I can comment negatively on is that the lady working didn't seem to want to help us at all, but she was knowledgable when I asked her about cigars that I was looking for. But I can't really knock a store down because of a slightly below average CS experience.
All in all, I will most definitely be back... with much more $$ to spend. Two thumbs WAY up!
edit: forgot: also, they have events planned biweekly to weekly at each one of their locations. Nothing that tickled my fancy in the near future (Playboy, Altadis, etc.), but a good thing to keep an eye on for the future.