Can anyone who has had a chance to try a combination of the above give me some guidance please? (I know OF is one of the only people with experience of the Cera - are you out there mate?) I have been over the pros/cons of each as far as I have been able to ascertain from the threads (there is a lot of reading there!), and list these below - if I have it wrong anywhere I would be grateful for correction. This is going to be my first vape (apart from the one I built whilst at university many moons ago!) I have primarily smoked since then, and very infrequently. I don't get much opportunity, so the vape I buy has to be effective, but I also want it to be stealthy, and efficient! I don't like hot vapors, particularly as I'm not used to them, but being perfectly honest, I am unlikely to connect it to a bong - I'm looking for a quick and dirty solution! The only Same as anyone else wanting a vape Inhalator Pros: Effective Efficient Variable temp Cons Can get a bit hot Largish so not so stealthy Pax Pros: Very stealthy novel design (I'm sold on this bit!) 3 Temp settings Quite effective Cons: Flaky - constant cleaning required Not available in Europe (so if I buy and have a problem, then I am at the whim of Ploom) Slow to cool down Slow draws as airflow limited Cera: Pros: Vapor path all ceramic/inert Apparently effective and efficient Derived from a tried and tested product line (if you get what I mean) Cons: Not much known about it, and little long term bug testing No temperature control (?) Can get hot Largish, like the inhalator, so not as stealthy So friends, please give me the benefit of your experience... I am very inclined to go for the Pax, purely because I love the design, but I am willing to be persuaded that it is not the right choice!