Hello all, this is my first post on FC and I would really like your guys' opinion on my first vape purchase. I am looking for a very specific vape because I have a chronic illness called Cystic Fibrosis which is a very serious lung condition. I have vaped with a Volcano once before and also have used a bong and they are great but are too harsh to do everyday if I wanted to. The medicinal benefits of MJ are really great but I fear that the delivery system can be too harsh on my lungs if done often. So I have developed a list of criteria that I am looking for in a "desktop" vape and I hope you all can help me narrow it down! I've been doing a lot of research on FC and I've just reached a point of indecision and need outside opinions. 1. Price: Not worried so much about price, but if it's going to be expensive it needs to have a warranty so it doesn't break a month later and I'm shit out of luck. 2. Must be a convection vaporizer. 3. I have to be able to filter the vapor through water. Whether that be a bong, small water pipe, ice chamber etc. it doesn't matter to me. 4. I would prefer a clear air pathway such as glass or ceramic. I just don't want the air I'll be breathing in to pass by electronics or metal that could oxidize and rust or have harmful chemicals built into it. 5. I don't need to be stealthy about it. This will be used at home so it doesn't need to be portable or discreet in sound or smell, but if it is that's a definite plus. 6. I don't mind if there's a learning curve to using it. I'll just find my sweet spot technique and stick to it. I really appreciate your guys' help with this! I know it seems like the list of a little high maintenance prissy pants but I have to be picky for the sake of my health. There is nothing more important. The medicinal benefits of MJ are very positive and would help my health for the better but I need your help! Thanks again guys! -DFTBAT P.S. I know about the Cloud EVO, but for $700 I'm not too confident in their customer service, warranty, and ability to send in for future repairs after the warranty has expired.