We're not into dabbing but my questions below pertain to dabbing and flowers. Everyone has a different perspective so to each their own. Initially what got me interested in vaporizing was the ability to lower the cost of my flower use when the users in my household doubled. Is the Switch efficient? @stickstones has already said it can make ABV usable which is better than smoking ABV in a bong (which I was known to do when I first started vaping and craved the taste of smoke) but my question isn't about ABV. I fell in love with the vape taste. I've seen some call the Switch flower use as conduction. I love the taste of the first few hits on my conduction vapes! Eventually my conduction vapes are going to taste like ass/burnt popcorn. How's the taste at the lower temps before the char sets in? How's the taste for dabs? Then I came to appreciate the lack of smell. Is it necessary to smell like smoke or can keeping to the lower temps eliminate the smoke smell? I've seen varying replies to the questions above so maybe we'd be better off starting a poll but it might be too soon for that. And finally .... I began to notice my lungs were noticeably clearer and I wasn't using my asthma inhaler anymore. I'm steering clear of the "Is the Switch healthier, less healthy or the same" question since the debate seems to still be going on. EDIT: When I finish off a conduction vape at max temp what's left is black char looking stuff that doesn't taste nor smell like smoke so the Switch has to be going beyond that with it's new tech?