IME, using a properly calibrated lab thermometer, induction cookers maintain stunningly even temps over time. I have observed a steady 176f (the temp set using the induction cooktop) at the base of the vessel being heated over long periods. IME, induction cooktops are incomparably better than conventional household cooking implements (ovens, other conductive stovetops etc) for holding the set temperature consistently. I am very concerned that the haze guys seem to still be using silicone caps for their cannisters. This will definitely be a deal breaker for me, I refuse to have silicone in contact with the load/bowl at all. I'm not taking my chances breathing off of hot polymers and the silicone capped oil cans on the haze tasted of silicone to me from the first use. I abandoned them rapidly. Can the haze guys please bring us a silicone free alternative like the V3 herb can, ie: an SS lid instead? I'd love to see this for the Square too, which seems to use silicone caps. I really want to use haze's newest product/s but I refuse to take chances with silicone on the bowl.