Some nice pricing on several that I looked at. My only concern would be how they're stored and shipped. As long as you have time to let them "rest" for several months prior to smoking, it could be some good deals.
Tobacco University Certified Consumer Tobacconist (CCT)
Having been a cigar smoker since 1982 I don't consider myself an expert or aficionado, but I an experienced cigar consumer to say the least.
I'm not sure how many years you've been smoking cigars or how developed your palate is, but my comments will be based off of the assumption that you're just getting started.
First, if you have a local B&M, I would encourage you to stop in from time to time and get to know the folks that work there and let em know you're starting you cigar journey. You could then try various sticks when you stop in. I'd recommend starting with a mild to medium smoke. If that's not enough kick for ya, ask them to up the punch on their recommendations.
If you don't have a local cigar shop, then I'd encourage you to try the different variety pack that almost everyone online is offering.
I prefer mild to medium mild smokes in the mornings. Medium to full throughout the day and a more robust smoke in the evenings.