I probably think about these things too much, however, that being said, I personally think that these are going to be a bit of a flop. Nine years ago, the Cubans released the 30th aniversary Cohiba Jar. Only 1000 were made. They retailed for $800 in Havana, more elsewhere. Nevertheless, they remain on the market to this day, after nine years. (No, I won't tell you where, outside of the two jars that are for sale for $600 at the LCDH in Riyhad, Saudi Arabia--pity its impossible to get a tourist visa there.) In 2001 the cubans rolled out the trinidad farm house humidor, of which there was to be just 1000 examples. Several of them are still availible on the primary market, at discounted prices. Just like the Cohiba 30th's, they plan to sell 1000 humidors of Robustos in a special humidor for $1000. They plan to prevent grey market sales by dumping everything on the market at the same time. However, while speculators and collectors will buy a large number, I doubt they will buy them all at the onset. If my memory serves me right, the Cubans sold the Cohiba Seleccion Reserva for $830 in Havana. After a month or so of dismal sales (during the festival), they lowered the price to $530. Is a simmilar future for the Partagas Reserva, and the even more expensive Reserva Selecta in the future? I personally think so. By the time the Reserva Selecta comes out in december, there will definally be some sort of discount. Anyone have any opinons on the subject? Agree, or disagree?