I want to move this thread to the regular portable forum. Do I need a moderator for that? I wish there were more hours in the day, because at the end of the day I always want to accomplish more. I normally work til about 5 or so (not a night guy), but always have that feeling of not getting enough done. I guess that's the nature of this game until final assembly, when complete satisfaction from a job well done can really sink in. Got a bit side tracked when I realized I'd let my shop get a bit out of control, so I spent half the morning organizing. Can't get much accomplished when you can't find anything in the mess. In the end, got some work done on cover plates. I marked up about 20 blanks, and this afternoon I'm going to cut a few. The process has become quite a bit easier than when I first started, but I realize that wood species means a lot here. So far, Cherry is number one fine marking, and shaping into a cover plate. First batch of units will probably be Cherry, or at least have a cherry cover plate. In the meantime an observation on the Elite as my DD for a few weeks now. I'm sure people will have many different opinions on this, but since my first Elite session, I haven't gone back. What has sold me so completely is testing doesn't feel like work. Usually during the testing phase, I go through lots of product, not possible with the Elite. Whether I use it in Watts, TC, or Replay, I can get great results with some simple adjustments. Don't be afraid to adjust the resistance level of the coil (atomizer), as this has a profound affect on all the other settings. I've been working it from .32 to .38 with some crazy cool results. The little preheat bump lasts for a fraction of a second, but really eliminates all waiting time. If you watch preheat on the graph on your PC, you can see it spike for a fraction of a second, then drop to the your power setting. Flower really benefits from this bump. Combustion is difficult unless you push in Watts mode and ignore all signals that combustion is imminent. We though there was lots of was to use the Classic. This takes things to another level, but somehow without being confusing. It's a very easy vape to learn, not really any technique, just certain things you need to know to get the results I'm talking about, but which are very easy to execute. Replay is an awesome feature, but it has its limits with dry flower because the flower changes so much with each hit. What worked on the first draw won't produce the best result on the sixth draw, so replay might be a bit restrictive in certain situations. To switch it on and off is a click or two. I anticipate lots of sales once the Elite gets out there. I'm not sure how many units I can bang out each month, but we're going to find out soon. At this point it's tough to gauge, as things will speed up in the future. Like I said before, the Elite with @Alan's coil and and Evolv's DNA75 Color board is a portable game changer.