Yeah, the tupperware trick is really good. I still have two big tubs - somewhere. But I have a smaller size that is rectangular - about 2" deep by 10 inches long. I use that for traveling and camping. The cedar strips are the way to go. Also make sure to supply some moisture like a damp sponge in a baggie. Next on the scale before really splurging on big wooden humidors, was that I used coolers. I would throw my boxes in the cooler, and made sure there was a propylene glycol soaked sponge in a baggie to ensure proper humidification. BTW, propylene glycol is easily acquired from a pharmacy. Later I have bought some huge humidors. A proper humidor made out of Spanish Cedar - not American(too aromatic) or South American cedar (sappy). Long term storage in Spanish Cedar really enhances the flavor.