So I fired up my two aspire kits last night and had a play around with them with mixed results. I was able to dial in an amount of airflow that replicated the draw of a cigarette, but I wasn't able to get the voltage right--I always seemed to get either too little vapour, or too much--in the latter case, I would get a decent hacking cough after a pull. I did notice that I seemed to get de-sensitised to the amount of vapour I could take in without coughing over the course of a few hours. I will say that the vape is very harsh--there's no way I could inhale the same amount of vape as cigarette smoke without coughing, which is confusing as I'd have thought it would be the other way around. This also makes it hard to know how much I should be vaping. The flavours are kind of strange of strange. I wouldn't really call them flavours per se--more like the ghosts of flavours.... kinds of aromatics that aren't tasted directly but rather heavily insinuated. Quite a different phenomenon to the taste of cigarettes. The vaperfi juices were accurate in their descriptions however--pear does 'taste' like pear, apple does 'taste' like apple. The white turtle is too strong for me--very robust, and rich. Don't get me wrong--it's delicious, but just too much for me, a beginner. I am giving this juice away along with the tobacco flavor. Please PM if you want either, they're yours. I definitely preferred the lighter fruit flavours, and might actually buy some unflavoured juice. All my juices are 50/50. Overall, it's still going to take a lot of tweaking and getting used to. I'm sure I would have had a much better experience if I could get down more vapour without coughing. This is the major hurdle and the main thing I need to work out. I'm actually pretty confident that if I could work through this I can transition to vaping pretty easily.