The upgrades from the previous model build on a reputation of simplicity and safety. Stigma toward a torch notwithstanding, a seasoned dabber or those with higher tolerance or preferring dabs on the hotter end of the spectrum will find this unit and most electric vaporization products to be lackluster and failing to provide thick clouds. Obviously though, the market varies from the light weight dabber up through high temp monster globbers. What really sucks about this unit though is the new one piece non-serviceable atomizer. The ceramic bucket inside uses low quality materials that chazz at the higher settings. Certainly, if one elects to go up to the temp limit with a customized setting in the App you will quickly find a charred dabbing surface that can't be removed from the atomizer, heat cleaned or worked on in any way. The oculus carb cap may contribute to the charring as caps that spin oil around the outside of a dab surface leave the inner and hottest portions dry where the chazzing happens first. This could also be a hot spot in the heating system, but I've seen evidence of this in every used pro atomizer I've come across. This will leave ever subsequent dab tasting less as it should and more like burnt reclaim. Beyond that, the introduction of Qi charging sounds promising to those of us with wireless charging docks and stations, but it is painfully slow in this product and seems to be a waste of time. The app is glitchy, runs on a sketchy browser app and often has a hard time communicating with the unit, but it is nice to be able to customize heat settings even if it'll never produce the clouds you hope for. Overall, a disappointing snag at $400. I can see the appeal to the novice or beginner, someone who may never know better, but if you're into this and a seasoned vet, there's better options and more coming.