So, this forum rocks. I mean really. I asked a few days ago about suggestions for a starter PV for someone who only had a basic idea of what they like in regular cigarettes, and not only did I get super helpful answers, I got way more than I even asked for. Some super awesome generous person is actually sending me their old kit they started with. Yay! Honestly, the more I look at this one kit, the more I think I probably would've chosen it for myself. So, happy accolades aside, I still need to order one more kit for me or my husband as apparently having 2 batteries for 2 people can lead to marital strife. SO, I was looking to order a second Ego C model (what wonderful generous person is sharing - should cut down on the learning curve), but apparently they come in different battery voltages. They go from 1000 mAh all the way down to like 650. Since retarded person (me) can't understand what really cool people (y'all) are talking about in all of these posts about how awesome your high/low voltage/resistance model is, can someone break it down for me simply please? Heck, I may even have this all wrong and backwards... I swear I'm trying! I think resistance cuts down voltage if I remember right. Not sure what any of that has to do with vaping though. If I understand right, higher voltage = more vapor but less flavor (and more battery life?). Lower voltage is more flavor but less vapor? Or is that resistance? Are there any other things I need to consider? One of the main things I am looking for is a longer battery life as I'm notorious for leaving things off of chargers (cell phone is dead right now and god knows where - can't call it to find it!). Thanks again, and thank you all for being so awesome!