Re: Does anyone have experience with making a coolidor tray from a cigar box?
You don't even need to remove the lid. The wood will absorb humidity and keeping the lid shut will actually protect the cigars from humidity changes from opening up your cooler. No need to remove the top, drill holes, etc. Look at the 'take a picture of your coolidor' thread, there are a lot of very knowledgeable brothers who have their coolers full of boxes, none of them altered in any way, and their cigars are perfectly maintained.
Plus, isn't it a shame to ruin a really pretty cigar box?