I opted, conservatively, for "about the same," since I hope the teas I've accumulated over the last couple years are at least as good now as they were six months ago, and my enjoyment is certainly at least what it was then. In the time since I lapsed into lurker status around here, eons back, my tea focus has shifted away from the ever-wondrous senchas and Chinese greens I used to drink almost exclusively (and still enjoy) to puer, which is threatening to become an addiction. (Correction: has become an addiction.) My project over the last six months has been to sample at least one tea from each of the major Yunnan tea mountains; in most cases multiple teas. That goal having basically been achieved, I'm now left with a couple dozen favorite cakes that should keep me sipping contentedly until the proverbial cows come home, or longer.
Currently enjoying a 2004 Youle cake--mellow, unpretentious, gratifyingly cheap. Let the connoisseurs sneer; my palate is much pleased.