Moderators, please move or merge this thread if appropriate. Now that we are fast approaching August 8th, I'm trying to drill down as to what the new reality will be. After reading through pretty much all the topics and discussions here are a few bullet points I've burned into my brain. Please correct or comment as necessary to clear up some confusion. * Age restrictions and verifications will be effective immediately. * E-juice and hardware can continue to be sold within a one year grace period. * New juice combinations and hardware are not permitted to be introduced within this grace period. * At some point during this grace period vendors must submit a patent application for any/all iterations of ejuice and hardware they would like to continue to sell. These applications may or may not be approved by the FDA. * Upon submission of the application, vendors may continue to sell their product until they receive a final determination by the FDA. * Once a patent application has been rejected any future sale of that product would be subject to criminal prosecution. * Any state may at any time impose their own restrictions, taxes and prohibitions to the sale of vaping products. This could be applied to brick and mortar stores as well as online vendors. * Products purchased overseas and shipped into the US would need to be in compliance with current US and FDA regulations or else risk being confiscated by customs. * By 2018 there will ( or should be ) a final established protocol defining legal vaping products for the vendor and consumer. Ok. What have I missed - or misconstrued?