Hey folks. I just ordered my first official gun safe - a Cannon CA33. I'm pretty stoked to finally have a proper place to store my guns and ammo. They've all been locked up until this point, but not as secure as they could be. My daughter is getting older and I want to keep as much distance between her and these as possible when I'm not right there with her. Since this is my first safe, I wanted to ask some opinions on the humidity issue. I know a lot of folks use a variety of different dehumidifiers to help keep the safe environment less conducive to rust, etc. I've seen the rod type, the gel type, some rechargeable ones. I've been reading reviews but none of them seem to be 'the one'. Since I've managed to keep my guns from developing any kind of rust or corrosion over the years, I'd like to keep that record intact. The safe will be going into the garage (against a back wall and anchored to the floor) so the temperature extremes will be more substantial than having them stored in the house all these years. Any thoughts? Do I need just one type of dehumidifier? Do I need to combine electric and gel? Should I bother putting in a hygrometer to monitor the humidity level? Just FYI, the safe comes with a built-in AC receptacle, so powered devices are no problem. Thanks for your input.