So, I've been searching through the site, and I've found a few good threads about MFLB users looking for something with a bit more... um.. stability? Unfortunately, a lot of those posts are from anywhere between 2013 to 2015. And we all know how technology progresses, even within 3 years. Here is my situation: I'm located in an unfriendly part of the US, so I can't just walk into a dispensary and ask these questions. (Hence the very generic username) I have been using the MFLB for damned near 10 years now, and I'm able to get a fairly consistent experience out of it every time. However, I'm simply not a fan of the amount of time that it takes me to get off the ground. The MFLB is a very cold device, I rarely combust, and I end up with decarbed material when I clean the trench. These are nice things. I never get any sort of visible vapor from it, and it's a little time consuming at times to really get anywhere with it, though. This is where I have issues. Now, I'm not looking to blow massive clouds or anything, I appreciate the stealth factor of the MFLB, but sometimes I wonder if I'm getting everything that I can out of my material. I have looked into other devices such as the Pax, but I'm somewhat unsure of what would work best. I literally just discovered the Dynavap was a thing today. I'm not looking to use a torch, though. I do like the battery powered options. I've also dabbled in making my own VG infusions, as I used the ECs to quit smoking tobacco years ago, but it's never come out quite right. If I had to make a wish list, it would look something like this: Portable Battery Powered Consistent Efficient The efficiency seems to be one of my main concerns. I don't like having to take 10-15 drags to reach an altitude of . As of right now, the Pax seems to check most of these boxes, but I always like to explore my options. Let me go ahead and say that money is not a concern, as that seems to be an issue that a lot of people asking similar questions have mentioned. I discovered FC today, and I figured it would be worth asking the community here. I really appreciate any responses, and thank you guys for simply existing as a community. There is a lot of great information here that I will be combing through.