Curious to hear from other guys who have smoked this. I was pretty underwhelmed, but that may just because of the hype. Judged on its own merit, it is by all means a very good cigar. Smooth leather, cocoa, and cream. But I didn't really get any transitions and there wasn't a lot of complexity. No spice at all. I remember thinking at the time that if I just want classic maduro smoothness, I'd prefer to smoke one of the Macanudo Vintage maduros. Again, a good cigar, but I just don't see where it has added anything unique to the Drew Estate lineup. I prefer the T52 AND #9, and it's nowhere close to the Feral Pig. Now, in fairness, I don't smoke a ton of DE stuff, and it was only 24hrs off the truck when I smoked it. I have another resting and will give it another 6 weeks or so.