I am looking to buy my first portable vape. I was thinking about the new Pinnacle Pro. The Arizer Solo and Ploom Pax also caught my eye. I am really open. Price isn't a big deal. Around $250 I guess. Stealthiness isn't too important either although it does need to be durable and somewhat pocket friendly. Simple is probably best. Temperature control isn't a big deal to me although I would like the vape to do oils and herbs. I will probably be using herb 90 percent of the time. I would like something I can take a quick rip from, then put in my pocket, then take it out five minutes later for another quick rip. Something that doesn't keep vaping the herb when I'm not. I'm a super heavy user so it should be really easy to clean. I would like something I can pack once and it will last for a long time. I don't want to keep repacking the bowl after every two or three hits. Would like something that doesn't burn the herb. For some reason I hate the idea of metal heating elements. Something ceramic maybe. It would be nice to be able to operate while plugged in. Replaceable batteries would be even better like something that ran on AAs. Would really like it to be designed in the USA. California if possible. First I was looking at the Pax. It seamed like it wasn't efficient enough or easy enough to clean. Then I was checking out the Solo which seams pretty close to what I am looking for. Biggest problem is they are Canadian and I'm trying to support local. Now I'm looking at the Pinnacle Pro. I think the heating element is metal instead of ceramic. It is also too new. What should I do? Should I settle for a Pinnacle Pro, Solo, or is there something better for me?