Just got a free sample of two Super Cedars after noticing a couple weeks ago their advertisement on this site offering free samples to hearth.com members. Man, do these work well! Since I first got my wood stove in January, I've been starting my fires with crumpled up newspaper, kindling and a few splits. I just tried using a little over half a super cedar broken into three pieces, under some kindling and a couple splits with no newspaper and everything went up quick and easy! I've had to start many a fire from a cold start these last three months due to this little Jotul F100 I have, and while it's not a huge deal, the part I like least is crumpling up and dealing with all the newspaper. Now, Super Cedar is offering me 30% off my first order and it seems like it would make sense to take the most advantage of that nice discount by ordering a 100 pack. However, I'm getting a Woodstock Ideal Steel in a month and for next heating season (and any remaining heating this season if there is any at that point), I will have far, far fewer cold starts, and will most often be putting splits on coals to keep things going. Does it still make sense to get a 100 pack for $82.60 unwrapped, or $87.50 individually wrapped, or should I just get fewer? Will they basically last forever? I like the idea of unwrapped primarily for the environmental aspect of less plastic more so than being $5 cheaper (but that's nice too!), but if I have 100 for a long time I worry about them deteriorating if their not wrapped. Thoughts?