Hello to all of the FC community. This is my first post but I have been reading the forum post for years now. Thank you to all that provide feedback on your experiences as they lead me to make my first vape purchase a few years back when I bought a Buddha Vaporizer. I first laughed at the idea of having multiple vapes but I soon learned that it is inevitable for me to purchase more than one. I have used and owned both the Buddha and SSV as well as a magic flight. I only own my magic flight as of now but I am looking at purchasing another vaporizer again in the future. If you are wondering, I got rid of my Buddha because I acquired an SSV and got rid of that because I had to stop vaping for a long time due to job related issues. I would like to know based on user experiences, what the best vaporizer is on the market as of now. I considered many things we I got the SSV and was very happy with the vaporizer but I am not sure if there is a better vaporizer on the market. Please don't recommend the Volcano as I am not a fan of bag style vaporizer. Budget is not a concern as long as it is worth the price. Below is a list of the things that I would like it to include: -High quality materials (silicone only on the whip if any) -Long whip or easy to pass around for multiple people accross living room(I bought a six foot hose for my SSV) -Thick and dense vapor -Easy to use for newbies (for my guest) -Durability and build quality -Ability to use water if possible (the Aquave adapters are cool for the SSV) -Fast heat up time -Small or portable if possible but not crucial at all, would be mostly used at home so... Currently I am considering a few but I know there are so many on the market that it is hard to choose. I am thinking of a PHX Trinity (or other nice glass piece) in combination with a Vriptech Heat Wand. Maybe another SSV with the Aquavape inline water vapor cooler or VapeXhale with the Hydratubes. I am open to all types of vapes as long as they fit the items I listed above. I would really like to own the best of the best, so if it does not surpass the SSV, I would not consider it. My only real negative that I had with the SSV, is that I like to conserve energy and I did not like leaving it on the whole time wasting energy while I was not hitting it. Besides that, I thought it was pretty much perfect. Sorry for the super long post but I would like anyone's feedback who has used all three of any of the setup's that I listed or any other which they think are better and why you would recommend it. Thank you all for your feedback and I wish you all a great day!