Hi all...I'm looking for recommendations on a new portable vaporizer. I need something light weight, battery powered, raw herb that will be for solo use. I have been waiting around for the grasshopper vape being developed because the specs listed meet my needs but it seems like it will be a long time before they will be available for purchase and I need something soon. I hike a lot and don't want anything too heavy like the Thermovape Cerra (8 ounces titanium, 12 ounces steel) or that has glass parts that are easily broken so I've ruled out heavy products with glass like the arizer solo (8.3 ounces), firefly (9.8 ounces), and ascent (6.8 ounces). I am often at high altitides and cannot use a butane heat source because of this so I've also ruled out products like the magic flight box and iolite vapes. Ideally looking for something with a long battery life, light weight, good vapor quality, adequate warranty, and easy to use. The design on the Puffit-X (2.6 ounces) looks very portable and discreet but I ruled it out because of comments about the vapor quality and the short battery life. Vapes I am currently looking at... DaVinci (5.6 ounces, 2 year warranty, 90 sec heat time, up to 45 minutes of use per charge) - on the heavy side, short battery life, and has a long protruding mouth piece that can give a plastic taste so I don't think it's the vape for me. Pinnacle Pro (3.2 ounces, 1 year warranty, 90 sec heat time, up to 45 minutes of use per charge) - The Pinnacle Pro doesn't seem to be very popular and the warranty is short...also based on reviews the hits are harsh and hot and the battery life is short so I don't think this is the one either. Pax (3.4 ounces, 10 year warranty, 30 sec heat time, up to 120 minutes of use per charge) - I'm liking the Pax because of the long warranty, light weight, and great reviews I've read which boast the vapor quality but the cons are that it requires a lot of cleaning and can have problems with the mouthpiece connection especially in cold weather. The fill chamber also seems a bit large and people seem to pack it with .25 to .4 grams in the chamber. Inhalater (4.4 ounces, 1 year warranty, 30-60 sec heat time, up to 120 minutes of use per charge) - An ounce heavier than the Pax and is 2.5 inches longer so it's not as portable and harder to fit in a pocket. The warranty is only a year but the battery life and vapor quality is comparable to the Pax and wouldn't have the mouth piece problem like the Pax. Design isn't as appealing or as discrete as the Pax but reviews say the Inhalater air flow is better and doesn't need stirring and it also is easier to maintain, has more temperature settings and can be used while being charged unlike the Pax. The herb chamber is a bit large for me and people recommend packing with .5 grams. Right now it's between the Pax and the Inhalater...I'm thinking the Pax is the way to go over the Inhalater for portability but I do have some concerns about it. Are there any other vaporizers I should be looking at? Thanks.