I have 100+, that's all I will admit to!
Adam, when you get it, let it soak in warm-not-hot water, roots only, for a half hour to an hour. Then pot in damp mix, and don't water for about... two weeks? The little feeder roots have to get growing. It won't have any leaves, either, they need to be growing to use up water in the pot. These plants are about 97% water, so yours will not suffer being not wet. Over watering is the main reason they die from rot. So once the leaves start growing, then water sparingly. Once the plant is root bound, it can handle more water. Oh, don't put it in a really big pot-- there should be about two inches, or less, around the caudex/bottom. Got that?