Smoke SaverIf you\u2019re a true cigar lover, you need a traveling humidor to safely transport your smokes. Humidipak\u2019s Model 1150 humidor is the perfect size humidor for home and travel use. It comes with a two-way humidification system that responds to outside humidity fluctuations, keeping the oils and flavors in your fine cigars fresh. It holds 15 cigars up to eight inches long in three trays. The Model 1150 comes in four colors, and sells for $59.95. You\u2019ll find it (along with other shapes and sizes of humidors and cigar-lover paraphernalia) at www.armoredhumidor.com.All in One PhoneAbout the only thing the Nokia 9290 Communicator won\u2019t do is microwave popcorn. This digital wireless phone allows the user to view documents and spreadsheets and does quintuple duty: as a PC with a qwerty keyboard; a PDA to help you manage your appointments and contact lists; an e-mail program, giving you access to send and receive e-mail with attachments; an Internet conduit with wireless access to the Web; and a multimedia player so that you can view video and digital images and listen to music. This technological jack-of-all-trades sells for $599. See www.nokiausa.com.We Won\u2019t Get Lost AgainIf you\u2019re still hesitant to ask for directions?and who isn\u2019t??be sure to ask for a Magellan SporTrak GPS receiver this year. Whether you\u2019re driving, hiking or boating, the SporTrak can tell you your location (within three meters) using data from as many as 12 different GPS satellites. It\u2019s lightweight, rugged and waterproof, and it retails for $170. To locate one for yourself, check out www.magellangps.com.Plasma InfusionPlasma TVs are all the rage, and it\u2019s easy to see why. Samsung\u2019s 42-inch, enhanced-definition digital plasma flat-screen TV has a 16:9 aspect ratio for crisp colors and flicker-free images. It\u2019s also just 4 inches deep and weighs a little more than 70 pounds?perfect for picturelike wall-mounting (if you can hide those DVD and VCR cords). Cost: $5,000. See www.samsung.com for more information.Golfer\u2019s PilgrimageWhat golfing purist wouldn\u2019t enjoy a luxurious return to the isle where the game was born? Answer: None. On this seven-day, six-night excursion to Scotland, discriminating golfers will play five rounds of golf on five legendary courses?from Turnberry Ailsa Course and Prestwick Old Course to Gleneagles King\u2019s and finally on to St. Andrew\u2019s New and Old Courses. All rounds conclude with a 30-minute massage?perfect for soothing tired muscles after braving the windswept courses and championship layouts. The world-class lodging ranges from oceanfront at the Turnberry Hotel to The Old Course Hotel, perched along the 17th fairway. A special package lets nongolfing companions soak up Scottish hospitality, sight-seeing and spa treatments. The cost of the trip (based on two couples traveling together) is $6,345 per person. For more information on this and other packages offered by Golf International, call 800 833-1389 or visit www.golfinternational.com.Music on the MovePC users rejoice?you don\u2019t need a Macintosh to download, store and play music with Apple\u2019s popular iPod MP3 player. The iPod is now fully integrated with the MusicMatch Jukebox Plus media player for the PC. The iPod comes in 5GB, 10GB and 20GB models and holds up to 400 CDs\u2019 worth of content. FireWire technology lets you download an entire CD in 15 seconds. You can also download and listen to audiobooks from Audible.com. The 5GB iPod starts at $299. For more info on iPod specs and prices, Mac and PC users can visit www.apple.com.