Just an FYI for the nervous noob, my 1st 150 ct humi took 4 weeks to season. I almost ruined my sticks by putting them in prematurely and sucking the moisture out of them. The operative word is patience.
This post answered all my remaining questions about seasoning my kooladore. When I get home, I'll remove the cigars and wait a couple of days before opening it up again. After reading the information about the dangers of tobacco beetles, I've decided to add a thermometer alongside my hydrometer . I'm keeping my kooladore on an enclosed porch, aka Florida room and it will likely heatup as the summer progresses.
You really don't want your Humidor in direct sunlight and you don't want it to experience temperature extremes. 70 degrees ...not much higher, not much lower.