Hey guy's, I've recently applied for my medical card to try and finally get off these pills full-time and in the process do it legally (not condemning anyone who does what they have to do ). In the meantime that I'm waiting for my card, I've been looking at countless vape reviews on YouTube and multiple threads on here. Thankfully my first pick turned out lucky about five or six years ago when I bought my first vape (Arizer Solo) when I was one foot in and one foot out since medical use wasn't legal at the time. I have an idea as to which vapes are the better one's on the market for dry herbs since that's what I will be using mine for the most part before I decide to try out other versions of medicine. I've spent a long time looking at what videos are available of the Ghost MV1, then there's plenty of videos I've seen when it comes to the Arizer Air 2, Arizer Solo 2, Davinci IQ, Firefly 2, Ghost MV1, Grasshopper, G Pen Elite/Pro 2.0, Mighty, Pax 3. I want a handheld healthy vape with long battery life, efficient, potent, with nice extras as in upgrades on the technological side that my Arizer Solo didn't have, a digital screen, seeing the battery life, controlling the temperature are examples of what I consider technological advancements. Stealth would be nice, but isn't a must. What I mean by "healthy" and why I emphasize it so much is because I watched a video from The Vape Critic (it may have been his Ghost MV1 video or the one where he does a long side by side comparison of the Ghost, Mighty, Crafty, Solo 2, and Pax 3) and he said something like, when choosing a vape, if you're going to use it a lot especially for medical reasons make sure to spend the money upfront and get a good vape you can use all day long and he kind of hinted that maybe the Vape pens or vapes in the $100+ category aren't as safe to use all day like maybe a vape closer to $300. I don't know if I'm over thinking the whole healthy part, but I'm open to comments, opinions, and suggestions. I really would like $300 to be my most if possible.