"To me this feels like a company that doesn't respect the herb, doesn't care about their customers or dealers, and is just wanting to cash in on the gold rush of legal bud. I do not recommend this at all." PlumiconTube As you can see from my own comments above, as an early adopter of the FF2, I've grown disillusioned with that vaporizer. Nonetheless, as owner of a FF2 for more than a year of regular use I think you miss the mark by a mile in your cynicism. The FF2 can give more herb flavor than any vape I've ever used--and I own a few and have used many. It also provides the coolest vapor with its long broad cool condensing surfaces. It is quite exquisitely made. I look at mine after more than a year of near daily use, and other than a few scratches on the bottom cover and a small brown stain on the screen, its still a jewel. Nothing plasticy. Very easy to clean and simply pop batteries in and out. I was really frustrated when I first got mine, direct from FF, and I couldn't get a decent draw. Called CS and they two-day shipped me a new cover, which with app updates solved my initial problems. But the thing is really inconsistent, cooks hotspots meaning too much stirring, and increasingly hard to draw. Again, this is subjecting the thing to daily use. I've been following the updates and discussion at vapecritic's forum re: the Ghost MV1. Same kind of issues with another fantastic looking device. And it will be months before any long-term problem areas emerge. Look what happened to Vivant with their Alternate. The vaporizer world remains imperfect but it's quickly evolving to be more and more convenient and efficient. We still don't seem to get good facts on safety because other than S-B, none of other vapes are tested for medical purposes.