I always felt like the FP, having a bigger heating element, would hit harder and take less hits to kill a bowl, which is a plus to me. I only tried Showerhead but I thought VRod would hit even harder. Requiring less glass and leaving you operational after an unfortunate drop is also a plus for FP. If I was Seb I would produce a bigger heating element not requiring the glass housing and why not, a titanium post as an alternative. I don’t think NV has a copyright for that.This is the reason why I bought an Herbo, when someone who has a whole wall full of vapes tells you that they always come back to a particular vape, it means this vape is worth it. I had a V-Rod before as my daily driver but as soon as I got the Herbo it took it's place as my favorite. Glass may break but it's the price to pay for the quality of the vapor this thing can produce. Thanks @stickstones for putting this vape on my radar and thanks @VGOODIEZ for bringing this vape to our side of the ocean so we can experience this wonderful vapor ourselves.
I didn’t find much of a difference flavor wise between FP and H. but I give an advantage to FP for potency and expected durability, and feel that both vapes are pwned hard by Supreme (in both durability, potency and flavor).
This is my point of view after one year of ownership of both the three vapes.