Hello all. I've used a vaporizer a couple of times in the way, way past. The toaster kind with a whip. Interested in getting into vaping but there are so many products out there, it's a little overwhelming. Here are the things that are important to me, and I welcome any advice or suggestions! Portable. Not necessarily discreet, as I only use in the privacy of my own home, but I don't want to have to plug it in. Dry flowers will be the only thing I'm vaping, as I don't have a supply of waxes or concentrates. I'm sure there's a way to DIY, but it's really just me and I'm a weekly user (at most). Efficient. I'd like to get the most high out of the herb I use. That probably means not a huge learning curve where it seems like a lot of the herb is getting wasted while I learn the intricacies of the device. Durable. I'll be the only one using it, and it'll be once a week or so, but I'd like it to be my main go-to. Adjustable heat temp. I'd like the option, as I'm sure different strains, textures, moisture content etc require different temperatures for optimal vaping. True vaping and little chance of combusting my herb. If I wanted to smoke it, I'd keep using my pretty little dichro pipe. Around $150 or less. Maybe this is too low to expect? What websites are reputable places to buy at discount? From my own research, I've been eyeing the MFLB, Pax, and Solo. I've heard the most best things about the Solo, but the price is a bit high. I've also seen the T-Vape but haven't seen as many good reviews on it. I've read people mention "out-gassing"...not to sound like an idiot, but what is that? My main motivations for starting to vape are the health concerns of smoking and getting more efficient use out of the herb. Do you find these things are better with vaping? Thanks for any who take the time to reply! I know I sound like a complete noob...cuz I am. But I'm a firm believer in the "there's no such thing as a dumb question" philosophy. Otherwise, how would I learn?