Recently at an education/tasting event for chefs & cheese retailers, Someone passed around a clear plastic storage box for soft, round cheeses (camembert, brie, reblochon). It was round and flat and had a top and bottom half, just like a wooden cheese box. If you rotated the halves of the box, you could adjust it so that the little walls inside the box would make a "V" and fill in whatever sized wedge was missing from a cut wheel of cheese. The walls, by pressing against the cut surfaces, also keep a cut cheese from oozing out of its rind. Cheeseworks West says they get these boxes free from their cheese mfrs. in France, but our Cheeseworks here on the East Coast hasn't been able to track any down or get any more specifics. The label said it was made in France and was called a "Boite a Reblochon." Have you ever seen one of these? Know how to get them? Are they worthwhile?