And to be clear, it isn't my intention to criticize anyone who falls off the wagon. I fell off the wagon myself more often than I'd like to admit (likely more times than than I can count) over the last twenty years, before I found vaping. And I may well fall off the wagon again.
That's sorta my point though: quitting cigarettes is a monumental task in and of itself. Hell, even significantly reducing your cigarette use can be a monumental task. If anyone wants to go the extra mile, to eliminate their dependence on nicotine entirely, then more power to them; I'd just caution anyone who's even the slightest bit new to vaping to err on the side of keeping their nicotine concentrations high. There's nothing wrong with vaping high-nic juice.