Finally making the move
After some months of giving my wooden 50-75 cigar humidor with electronic humidifier a chance to perform I'm giving up on it for a plastic box with gasket type air seal and Boveda 60gram 62%. I see this method of storage as a favorite in many places on the web. I had made naked some of my cigars in the wooden one to see if it makes much difference and found that when the electronic gizmo comes on it releases too much moisture too fast giving a humidity soaking to the smokes near it. I still have the wooden one with two 60 gram Bovedas in it and the bare cigars in the plastic box. I'm giving up on my hygrometers too and just use the Bovedas as prescribed and hope for the best so now for another long rest to get the cigars back stable again after their run through the sauna that big electronic thing gave them. Oh do I like not having to season my clear plastic humidor too. I am beginning to think my wooden one never got seasoned properly to begin with, but after a year in service hopefully the wood is doing okay. No sign of mold in it as another wood cheapo I had did, and the worst wood/glass one I had simply fell apart..what junk. So three wooden ones and now a plastic food storage thing. Thanks for the advice on these. I'm looking forward to some better smoking cigars after their stint with their new Boveda packs.