Glad to be a part of the forum. I have been building a bar at home and started that process about 5 years ago, primarily focused on single malt scotch. However, about 2 years ago, after going to a Jefferson's tasting, I was convinced of the error of my ways and have been leaning hard into bourbon (a bit into Irish and rye too). Over that time period, I have been lucky as a resident of a small state to be able to obtain without too much hastle or extra effort about 60 bourbons or so. Pappy is fine but quite frankly is overpriced for what is in the bottle. I would rather have AE cask strength any day of the week and twice on Sunday, among others. I love the Stagg Sr. and really enjoyed my first taste of Stagg Jr. WHW is fun and even though it was not made available this year in the midwest with the BTAC allocations (at least for IA, NE and SD), I was able to obtain the WHW, which I kindly nickname the closer. I am lucky enough to have made friends with some skilled liquor sales folks who like good bourbon. I just acquired but have not tried the Elijah Craig 12 cask strength, but as you can see, I tend to prefer the higher proofed bourbons. I have also been pleased with a few of the blends, like Forgiven and the Jefferson's Chef's Collaboration was really outstanding. My favorite standard pour right now is Noah's Mill. I just think that is a wonderful glass. Thanks for having me.