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Welcome to the forum! Looks and sounds like your first attempt was a smashing success! As for dry aging lesser cuts like you mentioned it’s up to you, but I would not waste my time nor bag. As for aging previously frozen meat – sure you can! I believe you would find that many times those large sub-primals suitable for dry aging have already been frozen when shipped! As for the missing moisture what I have done before is using a food grade mister I lightly spray the meat using bottled water. You just want to make the surface slightly wet, not dripping wet. Then if you do over-wet it just shake the excess off, don’t dry it! Ron