I took my cello out of the case today, the first time since Thursday, and discovered that only the G string was hanging on at nearly full tension. That's the third or fourth time in the past two weeks my pegs have popped, a real pain when it's cold and dry and the pegs won't stick at tension. So today, after straightening the bridge, I took the time to rewind all the strings so that they are coiled snugly up against the side of the scroll box. Instant gratification. Now, why didn't I do that sooner?