Just to set the tone here and make sure we are all on the same page...I don't care what the answer is to this heating question, I just want it answered once and for all. I find it unacceptable that knowledgeable and experienced people such as yourself, Randy, me and the engineers at Arizer, just to name a few, have differing views on something as simple as the type of heating used in a 6-year old vape technology. We all have too much influence in this industry to be on different pages on this, and it shouldn't be a mystery! I've been telling people for years these vapes were conduction with very little, if any, convection going on based mostly on one test...letting a full bowl sit in one of them without hitting it until it shuts off. The bowl is always cooked - tada...conduction! But now I'm doing a lot more testing, and deeper too, and we have a lot more vapes to compare to. Now that I have some actual test data on it I have a hard time reconciling the all-conduction model. The hybrid theory fits it perfectly and the conduction-only model doesn't anymore. So, please let me know of any tests I can do to support either theory, and anything I can do differently in tests I'm already running. I'm all about testing them all out so we can get to the bottom of this. If test results sway me back to the conduction side, so be it, but it's gonna be data that gets me back there, not theories and analogies.