Yep, one of these. Hopefully not everyone is tired of giving advice on purchases. My Extreme Q has been through a lot. I've broken the glass heater cover and somehow the black overall cover has come out/unaligned. A plastic component inside is cracked. It's missing 2/4 rubber feet. Replacing the glass cover would be 15 bucks, plus the actual work of replacing it. And then I still don't know if I can fully repair the rest of it (would the warrenty cover any of the rest?). But even with a broken heater cover and everything else, I can still get baked from it. But perhaps I should just upgrade. Extreme Q dislikes: - whip material is very rigid and can cause the whip to pop out of the bowl if moved at the wrong angle - Relatively difficult to draw through, and the hits aren't as huge. It takes me a 2-3 "warm-up hits" before I can see clouds - lights are so bright when I use it at the drive in - Lots of plastic components. I've dropped it perhaps twice from waist height and something inside is certainly busted though I haven't noticed. Likes: - small bowl still gives reasonable-sized rips and effects. I'm not sure if this helps me conserve, but it feels like it. - Comes with two of most all the components. I am very clumsy. - Filters particulate matter out rather well - Lightweight. I can put it in most any bag, no problem. My buddy has a reclaimed Da Buddha. I have used it extensively. Likes: - The hits are instantly MASSIVE and easy to get. - Because of this, I am able to just sort of hold the mouthpiece to my ashcatcher and use my whole ridiculous glass system. Since switching to vaping exclusively it doesn't get any use. - Seems pretty simple and durable in design. He's dropped it repeatedly with no issue - You can get custom glass components to personalize it - The whip itself is a lot more flexible and comfortable. However: - Combustion happens semi-often due to accidentally tilting the unit. This was never even possible with the Extreme Q. - It seems like the good flavor doesn't last as long as the extreme q. Perhaps my buddy just needs to keep the unit cleaner. - I occasionally get matter in my mouth. So, a daily vaper who takes it to the drive-in and houses, I'm looking for (in order of importance). - Thickest hits - Whip-style (unless bigger hits are possible with something else?) - Easiest-drawing - Reasonably great flavor throughout - Replaceable components. Even the most durable glass is still glass. - Durable non-replaceable parts - Portable/light enough to be thrown in a bag. I have not decided on a price range. Definitely under 500. The Cloud Evo seems like the best bet, but it's at the tippy-top of my budget. Is it really worth several Da Buddhas? What's with all the classy-wooden vaporizers? The Plenty seems like a really cool bet, but I couldn't shove that in the ashcatcher. And it's also $350! The Da Buddha is only 140. Any and all advice and comments are welcomed. Thanks for reading this far!