Hello, Sorry for the non descriptive post title and long post, but I am literally looking for some basic advice about vaporizers. I am new to vaporizers in general, but have been using 2 of them for the past month to eliminate combustion from my life. My primary goal was to quit smoking cigarettes (32 days so far), seconded by a new way to consume herb. I am seeking some wisdom on my current practices as well as to where to go from here. As such, any input is appreciated. Background: After many weeks of research (thank you to all that have contributed here, I used this forum as a primary resource) I went ahead and procured a Pax and a Vapir NO2. I am a heavy tobacco user as well as a nightly recreational herb user. My tobacco usage went from 30-50 roll your owns/day (1.25 ounces) to about 0.2 - 0.3 ounces per day via the vapes. In this regard, I am very impressed with vaporizers and plan to continue with zero combustion until I ween myself off of nicotine all together. The opposite has happened with my herb usage though. I went from an ounce lasting me 4 to 5 months, to blowing through half an ounce in the past month. I contribute some of this higher usage to the fact that I quit smoking and am playing with my new toys (the vapes), but I'm also looking for a way to get back to my normal usage. For tobacco usage the Pax is damn close to perfect. So much in fact, that I just ordered a 2nd one. The NO2, not so much, but I do like the fact that it vapes slower and is great when relaxing (herb usage) after work. Questions: For herb, I find that the NO2 works the best, as it seems to be far more efficient than the Pax. Sometimes I will load the Pax with a little ground herb, then top it off with tobacco, but I still get the hunch that it is less efficient (i.e. wastes more herb). For tobacco usage, if my Pax is charging and I have to use the NO2, I feel that it is lacking and that I need to do a few sessions to feel satisfied. It's not bad, but it is more time consuming. Do the above 2 statements seem correct, or am I doing something wrong? I do grind my herb and let it sit out to dry slightly. I also let my tobacco dry slightly, this seems to produce better vapor and allow for less cleaning of the devices. Regarding herb usage.. As a test, I just had a few hits off of a combustion water pipe and feel more "stoned" than I have been for the past month that I have eliminated combustion and solely used the vapes. This kind of sucks because it is telling me that I am getting more bang for my buck from combustion when it comes to herb. Let me stress that for tobacco usage, I am never going back to combustion, the Pax is that good. So, after even more research, I am thinking that I need to get a better (for me) vape that is dedicated to herb. As I mostly smoke at home, portable is not a requirement. I am really liking the E-Nano, does this seem fair to meet my home herb usage requirements (efficiency and the high)? Any other ones that I should be looking at? Thank you in advance for any feedback.. it will go to good use.