Hi, I am a new member and would first like to thank everybody for the wonderful community here and knowledgeable folks who make up this site. I am coming over from a hands free Vapor Brothers vaporizer that's lasted me years but finally broke after a hard fall. I have been reading extensively trying to soak up everything I can before making my next purchase. I have set my eyes on either Da Buddha or SSV but am still just a bit confused on if the SSV is justified over DBV in my situation. Ok, true or not I read in a user review posted on 7th Floor's website that if purchasing a ground glass whip (which is what I want as I like to be hands free at times) that it's a total waste and to just save yourself $100 and get a Buddha instead. How true is this does he have a point? Which brings to my next question I thought the SSV over DBV was built tougher and drew slightly bigger hits, true or false? Another question I have is nowadays it usually doesn't even take a half or fully packed bowl for me to feel the effects, is one over the the other better when dealing with small packed bowls? I guess the thing that has me leaning toward the SSV over DBV is past experience with my Vapor Brothers. I hated the angle in which the whip was placed downward where herb would sometimes fall down into the heating element, I would actually lean my Vapor Brothers forward on its front two legs to avoid that from happening. Da Buddha is not as downward but have read about that happening at times whereas the SSV is tilted for convenience. I look forward to your guys responses...hoping to get enough that I'm swayed one way or the other as I'm looking to purchase today.