I decided to wait on my unit until I was going to be at home to receive it. It's been fun reading through all the feedback so far from you early birds, and also a bit difficult due to the jealousy factor. It's been a few days now since I've had a production unit in my hands and I'm thrilled to say that my opinions on the device are exactly the same as they were when I posted about the pre-production unit. Someone call a road crew because ground has been broken. It is the most technologically advanced vaporizer available while being one of the easiest to use and (in my opinion) most attractive to look at. I have a hard time coming to terms with this being a new company's first vaporizer. It was of course no accident and starts to make sense when you look at the bios of the people behind it, and consider that they worked closely with an engineering firm from conception to production, even moving their office to be next door. This is the result of years of hard work by some really smart, passionate people and well over a million dollars in R&D. Waiting for vapes to heat up hasn't usually been an issue for me personally. Once you know how they work you tend to plan around that, putting them on timers or leaving them on 24/7. That works well enough for the most part and you get used to it. With that in mind, I'm surprised at how convenient the Herbalizer is for me with its lightning fast halogen heat system. In a way the device sort of becomes transparent because you're never waiting for it, and I'm really enjoying that aspect. The temperature control is what really had me excited about this thing. Again, not having precise and fast temperature control in vapes wasn't an issue for me in the past. Eterra-style vapes work well at their set temperature and rheostat controlled vapes like the SSV vaporize just fine. As exciting a prospect as digital temperature control is, up until now even the best digitally controlled vapes haven't had highly accurate thermocouples in-airstream directly under the bowl, combined with a heatsource that could adjust itself by hundreds of degrees in seconds. The Herbalizer's temperature accuracy is already changing the way I think about vaporizing. The confidence in the accuracy and consistency is the difference here. With all the variables present when vaporizing, it's nice to take temperature out of the equation. I've been able to finally escape the psychological need for visible vapor while using lower temperatures, and it's very nice to never worry about scorching the herb at high temperatures. As much as I would have protested before using this device, it really has renewed my appreciation for the significance of temperature control. No more referencing dials and approximate temperatures or waiting and guessing for temperature changes. This thing will surely take my wannabe science experiments to the next level. I even bookmarked this page.