Hello old friends! It's been a long time since I have visited back here and in my quick scan it looks like many old friends are still hanging around. Good to see y'all again! After about 7 years of vaping and a few hundred different mods and tanks from super high dollar (DiD's / Provari's ect..) to cheap disposables, my wife and I both settled down to earth with all our vaping gear about 2 years ago when we started using some cheap mods and tanks with replaceable coil heads. We settled down with the Nautilus mini tanks and 1.6 coils mounted on the Eleaf Isticks vaping around 10watts. I finally gave up on all the fiddling around building coils and rewicking and dealing with leaking tanks and all the other crap that went along with it. We got back to a simple life like we had when we smoked the stinkies with a pack of smokes and a lighter. I didn't realize how much of my life I was dedicating to this vaping world. I decided I wanted my life back to move on with other hobbies I already had. I'm starting to see these tanks and coils are becoming harder to find and/or the prices are going up, so I figure it's time to make a change to something new before they become obsolete completely. Plus I'm a little bit of a tech geeks so... There are simply way too many new devices out on the market now and I don't want to spend the next 6 months buying and trying all the latest and greatest new toys before I find a good fit for us. So I come to you my old (and new) friends to ask a simple question or two. We like the size and no fuss design of the Naut mini's but I'm open to slight size increase if that's what it takes. What is the best and most PROVEN dependable replacement out there for the Nautilus mini and coils? Maybe with some new technology such as ceramic rather than cotton such that I could dry burn to get a little more life out of a coil. This isn't a high priority but if there is a proven rock solid setup out there I'm all ears. I don't mind spending a little upfront for the initial purchase of the tank but would like to keep the coil cost down to where the Naut coils have been which was about $2 each. My second question (not as important) is for suggested replacement mods for the Isticks. I see there are tons of different ones out there now but as with the tank and coils, I'm looking for proven rock solid performers of the same size and power rating as these little wimpy 40w Isticks. I ran one of mine over with my 48" John Deere mowing one day and even though my tank was toast the mod survived kinda sorta with a little TLC repair and I'm still using it today 6 months later. Call me impressed! Thanks for any suggestions and good to type at all my old friends in here!