I run hot and cold on them. On a good month i bemoan that im not able to show my support for the brand by giving tharg cash for the same material between marginally more rigid covers. On a bad month i just dont read them and pack them away. Im not sure how long-term my storage of them will be as the paperstock seems so flimsy it bubbles if there's moisture in the air even. I have a feeling that given a wifely ultimatum, they'd be first to go.
However, if it adds to the perceived value of The Meg, encourages newer readers than myself, and keeps it on the shelves, I'll happily keep stacking them. One day they'll get The Meg exactly right for me (closest: back when it had a spine) and it will last two perfect issues before being cancelled and crumbling to dust, as everything perfect in my life seems to do. And then I will cry. But until then, whatever it takes to keep it around is fine by me.