So I just finished a 10 day work binge, with barely time to even read the forum, let alone carry on like the rest of you, and I don't know where to begin. A couple of quick thoughts. Noah: Some lungs! (nothing personal). Congratulations on the Cera line; nice to be at the forefront again, I would guess. Lots of questions... I have a (perhaps) strange question about the Ti vs. SS stuff, specifically wrt the Oil core. I have a pretty good knowledge of the plusses and minuses between the two metals, but I'm having trouble relating it to what differences they will play in how the chamber works. I would just order everything in Ti, if for no other reason than to support your efforts (and maybe also because I really like Ti), but I would guess that the thermal characteristics are different enough between Ti and SS that it might effect the methodology of use, as well as other things I haven't considered. Does the Ti Oil core heat up at the same rate as the SS core? Does it cool down at the same rate? Would I be able to tell the difference (in usage, not in weight, etc.) between a Ti Oil Cera and a SS Oil Cera? What I'm really fishing for here is to make sure the Ti core will perform no worse than the SS core, and the only difference (besides cost) is in the "cosmetic" end of things (e.g., weight, corrosion resistance, scratch resistance, and just being a much nicer metal), not in the usage (vaping) end of things. I'm not sure how much metal is in the oven section of the core, but there sure is a lot of metal in the top of the core. Btw, sticking a 501 mouthpiece (I assume it would have to be ptfe) directly into the top of the thick-walled Oil core strikes me as a nose burning situation. That said, how much room would be left in the top of the core with a ptfe UFO mouthpiece stuck in there? Also, as long as I'm asking about Ti stuff, what does the inside of the body look like? (The part above the bottom switch and below the core). Is there an inner metal sleeve which the ceramic body surrounds, or just a flat ribbon cable or two running top to bottom between the inside of the ceramic and the outside of the battery? If there is an inner metal sleeve, can I presume the Ti model's sleeve is in Ti and the SS model's is in SS? Last Ti question for now is "How much Ti or SS is actually in the botanical core?" The reason I ask is I plan on getting the Cera Ti Oil, and ordering a botanical core. I can see a good reason to get the Oil core in Ti (along with it getting me the body and lower switch in Ti), but I'm not sure what getting the Ti Botanical core will buy me over the SS Botanical core. Lots of questions, I know; good thing you're well rested and clear headed. I'm glad to hear the safety switch will optionally be removable; it was the one thing I didn't like about the new design. I trust OF's comments that it turns out to not be a problem at all, and I can see the wonderfulness of it preventing the Cera from rolling off the table onto the concrete, but I can also see it getting stuck on pockets, and cases, gathering lint, and being a pain. Of course, it's in the perfect place for easy one-handed turning on and off, while the bottom button is awkward to toggle one handed (as I saw in your awesome first Oil video). Let me say awesome again. Monster clouds, quick heatup time, much larger load size; a real and significant improvement over anything (everything) before it. Awesome. And as a final comment on the safety switch, I am accustomed to a safety showing red when an item is unsafe, and green (or nothing) when it's safe. (Think guns). From what I saw in your video's, when the safety switch is in the operating (unsafe) position, there's a green collar. Maybe the thought is "Green is Go" or "Green is Good". You should probably ignore my colored collar thoughts... OF: What can I say? You're having too much fun; don't hurt yourself. Your reports are a welcome relief in a sea of questions. I'm looking forward to further reports on more "normal" usage. As a SV T1 owner, I read your reports of battery life with the 18650 and the new core with much delight. Two RCR123A ~350mAh batteries (that's really what they are; a spectacular example might get 400mAh) can't really manage more than a bowlful and a half. How 'bout some tests on how it works when you take three or four hits every couple of hours (rather than the tests you've been reporting where you keep the Cera turned on for extended periods of time). I understand that everyone wanted to know how hot the Cera would get, and how long the battery could keep the core glowing, (as did I as well), but now I'm sorta interested in things like "if I take three or four hits in a session, how many sessions can I expect from a finely ground, tightly packed load, and how many loads should I expect from a fully charged super battery". I realize that you are about to proceed directly into Cera Oil heaven, so I don't really expect an answer in the immediate future, but when you get a chance, I'd love to know. Finally, in Noah's great videos, am I the only one who pays more attention to what's on the workbench, who's walking around, how many yet-to-be-assembled Ceras are sitting on the back bench, how many weird Gen 1 vape combinations they have assembled for themselves over the months, how often everyone there takes a vape of nicotine, what kind of watch Noah wears (a Breitling), what kind of cameras they're using, what kind of tools and solvents, etc., rather than paying attention to what they're actually demonstrating?