I've observed that nondiscriminating buyers (generally younger guys who know very little about quality) often reach for the longest cigar they can find. Makes sense, because it seems like a better value. My question is: if size sells, why don't cigar makers come up with 14 inch, or 16 inch options. Impossible to store without breaking? Impossible to ship? Impossible to make? I'd love to have a 16 incher for golf or cards.