I have been lurking the last few weeks and have read several hundred posts [of thousands] but I am still on the fence and looking for guidance on a portable vape. I have included a brief background and what I am looking for below: After a terrible sinus surgery last year, I switched to vaping and got myself a Plenty. I had had previous experiences with the Volcano and fell in love with the unit, and the Plenty provided the same quality of hits on a lesser budget. My health has also gone through some major transformations since starting, but that is probably better left for another thread... Over the last year, I have taken the Plenty nearly everywhere with me, but it is time I get a more convenient, cordless unit. I need help choosing my next device based on the following criteria, and believe I have narrowed it down to the FF and the Pax: This will be used with dry material. NO concentrates or oils will be used with this portable. Ease of draw resistance- IMO the best characteristic of the Storz & Bickel products. I do not want to feel like I am sucking a milkshake through a tea stirrer. Vapor quality and efficiency- I am a heavy user using excellent material, I like to get medicated ASAP and am more interested in the most affective unit. Battery life- I have other hobbies that put me off-the-grid on a regular basis and and outlets for the Plenty are unavailable. However, I do have USB power to recharge; thanks to a few LiPo batteries and one of these. Discretion is a lessor concern, but still don't want to be obvious. Cleaning- I travel regularly, so prefer a unit that can be cleaned thoroughly. If I typically take 2 half-packed bowls on the Plenty to feel good, how many bowls would the equivalent amount be in the other units? Any and all feedback is appreciated from you more experienced fellas. I would be most curious to hear from some persons that have had experience with the FireFly, Pax and the Plenty. Thanks for the guidance!