Hello vape-enthusiasts! I am a huge fan of this forum. It is by far the most informative forum for vaporizers on the web. I previously owned and heavily used a vaporwarez Vaporcannon. The only problem I had with it is that it was difficult to use with friends in terms of describing proper draw-speed. After using a friends digital volcano a few times I figured out that there was no way to screw it up. I would have no problem explaining how to "inhale" out of a bag. After a lot of research I decided on the steinel 2310. It has and lcd screen and you determine the fan speed and temperature with "+" and "-" buttons. There are also four programmable settings. I decided on the easy valve because I really like the filling chamber and the fact that it comes with 5 sets of valves as opposed to one with the solid valve. Here are the pics of the setup: The gun Filling a bag MMMmmm I have to say, I am very impressed with this setup. Filling the bags is as easy as with the volcano digital. The heat up time is also great because it is ready to go in less than a minute. I was also surprised about how well the filling chamber fit on top of the nozzle of the gun. The sides of the chamber almost cradle the nozzle so it will not fall off. The flavor of the vapor reminds me of all the other vapes I have tried. I do have a few problems with it, but I was aware of them before purchasing so no big deal. The gun is noisy. It's softer than a hair dryer at its lowest setting, so I was actually pleasantly surprised about that. I had heard noise would be an issue but its not as big of one as I thought. The nozzle does get warm and stays warm even after the temperature of the gun as returned to cool. Not really that big of a deal, but I wouldn't want to hold the gun by the nozzle until after I was sure it was ok. In the future I hope to buy a nice bong with a vriptech or comparable bowl. From what I have heard the temperature control on this steinel gun is more accurate than many other vaporizers. Also would like to make a hookah type device utilizing the heat gun. Thanks for all the info. It makes me very happy to finally contribute to the forum. P.S. I have been thinking of names for the gun and have settled on "sahara" for now.