Only 32? I have over 220
What I typically do is: batteries such as black top Duracell, Rayovac Hybrid, etc. (i.e. non Eneloop based batteries) are used in low current devices such as computer mice, clocks, etc since they don't hold their charge as long as an Eneloop based battery will.
I keep batteries that will hold a charge for a long time in my headlamps and flashlights, since I don't want to turn them on when I really
need them only to find out the batteries are dead.
I also carry two sets of spare cells for my GPS, headlamps, etc., just in case.
As for the cells that are showing HIGH. You can do a slow discharge on them (100 mA) and then try to charge them up again (may require hot swapping a good cell to trick the charger), but usually once a battery shows HIGH, they end up in my outdoor solar lights.