New to vaporizing, not new to herb : ) I usually put a small pinch in a little pipe, and do a single hit. I do that 2 0r 3 times a week. I decided I wanted to try vaporizing, because it's cleaner. I read a bunch, here and on other sites, and picked out the MFLB. It sounded good because it's efficient, I don't mind a bit of tinkering, and it's for solo use. Reading more here, it seems like the 'box is not universally loved, and I started to look at some other units. Namely the Solo, Vapolution 2 and e-nano. So, I was hoping to get some feedback before plunking down the cash. Feel free to suggest something not on the list, if it meets the other specs. Price: like to keep it under $200 max. Delivery system: solo use, so just glass stem looks good, I think I'd rather avoid a smelly whip. Efficiency: I only use a bit, have a low tolerance, so efficiency seems unimportant, but I do like simple, efficient designs in general. Manufacturer: I'm usually willing to go with a no name, or offshore product, if the quality and value are good, but I like how epicvape is a micro business. Stealth: not necessary, but I would like the unit to not look like a spaceship, and be able to be stored discreetly when necessary. I like the idea the e-nano can be left out, and used for aromatherapy. Learning curve: I'm able to figure most things out, but I don't want it to be difficult to use. Temperature control: since I'm new, I don't know how much I would need this, but I like analog controls, the solo sounds like it has more potential to get flaky. Some other things not on the list: flavor is a priority, not getting much with my current system, or would with a MFLB, from the feedback on it here. Don't need big hits, but I tend to take a good sized one, then possibly come back for another. Don't have access to concentrates, but I like the idea of being able to use them. Heh - looks like I've convinced myself on an e-nano. The Vaploution just sounds cheap, but it gets such good reviews here, it must work well. Solo - probably 3rd on my list, gets bad reviews elsewhere, but pretty well loved here. My concerns would be difficulty drawing, although that's not mentioned too much here, and my perception of it as the most "technical" therefore most fragile and/ or unreliable. Thanks!