The only way they are similar is the durability (the nano being more durable because it doesn't have a fragile fine screen like MFLB) and tha fact they are build from same materials (both made of hardwood and stainless steel and both having a tiny lightbulb indicating the power). That's where the similarities end. The MFLB is purely on-demand conduction vape with very little heat consistency and little performance. The E-Nano is small but powerful convection vape. There's a world of difference in how they vape. The MFLB has to be hit extremely slowly and many many times to finish the trench. The nano can be hit with 100 times more force, almost like a bong and can finish the bowl in 2 hits. I think its also much more efficient than MFLB. Yesterday, I took out my MFLB and vaped one trench in it. When I couldn't get any more hits in the MFLB, I put the ABV in E-Nano bowl and got 1 big hit, delivering as much vapor in that single hit as all the previous hits in the MFLB combined. I loved my MFLB when it was the only vape I had. And I still admire it's ingenious design, how they managed to make a functional vape so tiny powered only by a single AA battery. But when I moved on to convection vapes, I never looked back. Jsut thr fact that I don't have to carefully restrain and control the speed of pulling means so much. hitting MFLB is pain in the ass. Hitting a convection vape is no brainer, you just stick it in the mouth, inhale without any restrain or cotnrol, and get 10 times more vapor anyway. I do think so. I magine stepping up from the MFLB to something like flwoerpot would be like going from little joints to large dab bangers. I think even E-Nano will surprise you how much more powerful it is compared to MFLB.