Since having both the EQ (Well, newer VTower with 1 degree temp adjustment capability) and the M1C1 Solo, am able to watch the heaters of both units as they react to things like draw & ambient temperature and such... I'm finding the Solo to be far more responsive than the EQ. So basically, when I hit the Solo hard, I can see the heater light (red led) reflects the heater becoming more active and trying to compensate for the loss of oven temp due to the draw and if sustained long enough the level lights drop to reflect the drop in oven temp. Now the VTower, the heater light pulsates with consistent frequency regardless of what's going on. Idle all the way to taking as hard a draw as possible seems to have no effect on the reaction of the heater (per the flashing red led). Also note, with the DDave mod in place, there is far less draw restriction, much more air flow, so I would have thought the effect on the heater would be much greater. So, wondering if anyone who has a "real" EQ sees the same? Or does the EQ (with more sensors, in improved locations) react any differently than I describe for the VTower? If not, would we say the Solo is far more responsive to the conditions/demands of a session than their desktop models? Vape On!