I know there has been a lot of debate in the past on how much a wrapper contributes to a cigar's flavor. This may seem like kind of a newbie question but I was just curious as to what the different wrapper types give to a cigar. Are some very powerfully flavored? Are some very subtle and let the filler and binder really come through? There must be. We have corojo, connecticut, sungrown, shade grown, ecuadorian, cameroonian, etc, etc. When I hear that cigar A has sun grown wrapper B I don't really know what that means. I like certain cigars but I don't know if the flavors I'm tasting are from the wrapper or not. Any gorrilas out there have any info on wrapper characteristics?