Hey all, I was hoping that you'd be so kind as to help me out with a couple of questions. I'm not new to cannabis, but I've only ever consumed via bongs, joints and edibles, with the exception of one party where a friend brought a Volcano. I'm intrigued by vaporizers because of the health/efficiency benefits. I pretty much only smoke high-end strains, but I find that I run out of money far too quickly due to the high cost combined with the inefficiency of combustion. I have two primary questions: 1) Almost all of my friends who smoke have a decidedly anti-vaporizer slant. Most of them swear that vaporizers don't get them high and that the experience isn't enjoyable. The one time I used my friend's Volcano was probably the best high I've ever had, but I understand that it's a very high end vaporizer and such results probably aren't typical. When I started doing some research online, I found that opinions about vaporizers are far more positive. There are still people saying that they don't like them, but the consensus seems to be that it's the preferred method. Can anybody explain this discrepancy to me? Are the people who swear by vaporizers all using Volcanoes or are the people saying they don't get high just idiots? I can't afford a Volcano (grad school = student loan) but I don't want to spend money on something that won't get me high? 2) Because money is so tight right now, my budget is limited to around $100. I know the Magic Flight Launch Box is popular and I can grab one for $80, but a lot of people don't think it's worth buying unless you just want a cheap portable. I intend to vape mostly indoors or outside on my apartment's balcony so portability isn't a huge issue. It doesn't matter if the vape is group friendly either, as my friends would prefer a bong or a blunt when we're having a group session. I've been strongly considering buying the Vapolution 2.0 as it meets my price point and the response here seems to be very positive. Is that the best deal for ~$100? I could probably go as high as $150 if there was a vaporizer that is unequivocally worth the extra $50, but any higher is a no go at this point and I'd prefer to stick as close to $100 as possible. That said, if there's a significant quality difference between the Vapolution 2.0 and something I could get for $150, then I'd probably take the plunge. Thanks in advance for any assistance you can provide me.