I'm inspired now. Like the dugout area in the front. For the tiny screens. etc. I'm considering as a project converting an thick old wooden cutting board into a vape platform. Plan on being rougher on my space, so I'm thinking of borrowing the old school idea of sanding off a layer of the wood and applying Mineral oil occasionally to deal with scorch marks gouges,etc. Much like a proper rustic wooden cutting block was meant to be used. I have another cutting board that has a wide groove around the outside that is great for setting anything on it's side. . Perfect width and depth. . I set all my tube glass wands and j-hook on there side with no worry of them rolling off the board and a 4 foot drop. Dream setup. So prefably start with a thick cutting board or foodsafe type wood, I'd place a groove on the front like I mentioned earlier. and the holes toward the back. and a dugout hole for the tiny bits and a recessed hole for the UD. With plenty space in the center for the glass. Maybe Peg one of those holes with a dowel for a HD to set on. I like my vapes, but never had an outright craving for a vape itself until yesterday. The curly wood smoke taste the my Curly and TnT wand seemed pleasant to me. Maintenance. - I applied pure beeswax and beeswax with a few drops of lemongrass oil into the wood a few weeks ago and will give it a proper mineral oil and wax treatment at some point. For now. Been rubbing the beeswax across the dryer areas as it softens from being on heated. Bought more beeswax locally for the copper aromatherapy. It already had a sheen to it but now the stipple like effects of the grain stand out even more. Say, What is a good wax to mineral oil ratio? I thought about simply heating up the wax in the copper cup as a starting point.