My question is regarding my next setup and what I am looking to achieve. Here's the history:
I started with some cheap Kanger evod bc knock offs. After all the gurgling and leaks, I stopped by a store and bought some replacement 2.2ohm genuine Kanger coils. It got better, but I was looking for something better. I tried some CE4 top coils and had much less leaks. I found that you should store top coils upright, and bottom coils upside down to minimize leaks. Any how I ended up getting a genuine Innokin itaste vv v3.0 and I've been mostly happy with it, but there's still something missing. With the Innokin, it came with 5 top dual coil iclear 16s. I also bought a Davide canvape glassomizer BDC. So currently I'm using my 5 iclears and my davide with different flavors in each.
What I'm missing is a CONSISTENT VAPE. Sometimes, it's just perfect with huge clouds, lots of airflow and flavor. Sometimes the flavor is muted, sometimes the airflow is less, sometimes the vape is less, sometimes it tastes burnt, sometimes too much TH and sometimes not enough TH, and so on.
From reading around these forums, I almost decided on getting a Provari with Z Atty Pro. The reason I initially thought this was the way to go, was because someone on here said that if you use a Provari with cheaper attys or clearos, that you don't really gain much, and that a Provari with a Z Atty Pro is the ultimate best. However, then I read that the Z Atty Pro is a hassle, lots of recoiling, holding a certain way, storing a certain way, etc. I'm looking for a hassle free setup. Just fill and vape, occasionally replace coils, clean, etc.
Furthermore, all the rave I read on these forums about Provari are regarding build quality, battery life, high power etc. What I want to know, is will the Provari give me a better tasting, consistent, cloudy vaping experience, and with which Atty, clearo, etc can I achieve that hassle free? I'm not looking for higher power, I currently vape at a power between 6-7 watts, and sometimes go up to 8, but I don't need to go any higher, I find the TH gets too harsh afterwards. So if all the Provari setup is going to give me is the ability to go higher with voltage and power, not what I'm looking for.
Basically what I'm saying is that if I'm going to get the same vaping experience and taste that I'm now getting from my Innokin, but better quality, battery life etc, then it won't be worth it for me. But if Provari paired with the right equipment can give me a consistent outstanding vape experience, then it will be worth it, but which atty, clearo, etc do I pair it with? I don't mind rebuilding coils and I'm pretty good with electronics, but I don't want to be doing it all the time on a weekly basis. To give you an idea of my usage, I currently average about 1000 puffs a day. I've been vaping since New Years day and had the Innokin for about 15 days now. I use 18mg juices from NYX ecigs.
Sorry for the long post, and if this is the wrong place to post, please advise where. Also, please don't tell me to google and search the forum, cause I've been doing that, but haven't found the answer to my specific question. Just run into fanboy arguments, and rants and raves about build quality and high power setups.