Hey now. Love the wealth of knowledge available here. I was reading a post earlier about the benefits and drawbacks of a regulated device like the DNA 30 chip. I'm currently vaping with a dual coil build at about .50 ohms on a mechanical mod. This works out to be with a fresh battery at 4.2 volts about 35 watts of power, correct? But, once the resistance of my coil exceeds .9 ohms of resistance the watts drop to about 17. So my question would be, wouldn't a regulated device running a coil of higher resistance be able to produce more power to the coil? At 30 watts, how would the vape change in terms a vapor production and heat. Of course, lots of folks have seen guys like riptrippers blowing clouds with 1.8 ohm single coil builds at 30 watts. I'd prefer to have the safety and consitancy of a regulated device but don't want to sacrifice vapor production. I'm not a cloud chaser but I like dense vapor, a slightly warm vape and a larger exhale. Thanks for your time. Vape on!