If I may. In this thread, http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/for...ry-2012-a.html ecf has said that there are 8 cases of reported explosions and "perhaps" a total of 15 cases including some that went unreported. My question is: with all of the tube mods out there with the capability of stacked batteries, is a potential for 15 cases of explosions significant enough for this kind of action? That's 15 cases out of how many mods used? 1,000? 10,000? More, maybe? What percentage are we talking about? Yes, a catastrophic failure in a mod that leads to an explosion is a concern. Someone suffering an injury is problematic. But before we start declaring that the sky is falling, shouldn't we find out if this is a problem that requires this kind of solution? You can't protect everyone. Even with the ecf approved safety measures in place, batteries will fail and people will get hurt. Those events will always happen. Is 15 explosions out of ? mods over an untold period of time significant, or is just random events that will occur with or without safety measures?