Hey guys! I've been vaping about 8 months now but really only used a DynaVap M for most of that, which is my only experience with a conduction vape. While it's great, best bang-for-buck that'll ever be found in this community, there are definite downsides that I notice vs. my Splinter Z's convection-style heat. As I see it, the only reason to go with a conduction over convection device is price; conduction vapes are almost always cheaper. The biggest exception I've found to that "rule" is the PAX line though, which confuses the hell out of me! Why is one of the more expensive vapes on the market conduction heat? (Note: I didn't say better, I said more expensive. ) There's also the Mighty/Crafty and many others which are hybrid-style devices; that seems to make more sense to me, getting everything out of the herb and all that. Is the biggest draw to conduction vapes the price point they're at, or are there other benefits I just haven't experienced cos I've only tried a DynaVap?