This is going to be a review of the Drop Dead by Hellvape as well as a troubleshooting tutorial for getting fantastic flavor out of it. The Drop Dead RDA is a collaboration between Heathen and The Vapor Chronicles. It's what you get if the Drop and the Dead Rabbit had a baby. The deck is from the Drop. The cap is from the Dead Rabbit. The reason why I decided to write this up is because of the lack of substantial assistance I found online in building this RDA in a way that doesn't end up in muted flavor and a unrewarding vaping experience. I've had this RDA 17 days, vaped tons of juice on it and gone through all sorts of variations of builds of dual coil and single coil setups from ranging from 2mm to 4mm of hive coils, claptons, twisted and framed staple claptons. Regardless of placement, most of the time it was sub par and left me unsatisfied. Ultimately, I ended up finding a solution for me that transformed this RDA from a dud to a star in terms of flavor. Disclaimer: I paid for this RDA and have no ties to Heathen, Hellvape or The Vapor Chronicles. ********** WHAT YOU GET 1 Drop Dead RDA 1 510 Drip Tip Adapter 1 810 Resin Drip Tip 1 810 Clear Drip Tip 1 Squonk Pin 2 Screwdrivers. 1 Phillips. 1 Flathead. 1 Allen Key Extra O rings and Screws 1 Manual in English, German, Russian, French Spanish and Italian A Fancy Drop Dead Sticker ********** BUILD DECK, CAP AND WICKING I really like this deck. Simple design and very easy to clip your coils while they are in the posts. The main body of the cap has 14 airholes on each side. Using the top of the cap, you can adjust it to customize the airflow. Twisting the body to the right locks it in place. The top of cap is something that I think a lot of people overlook and it seriously affects the air flow. At the airflow entry, there is a 45 degree downward ramp. This guides the air to hit the outer portion of the posts. I didn't take this into account and it was affecting the experience in a bad way. Here's how I got around the issue and ended up with a very flavorful vape instead of giving up on it and turning the Drop Dead RDA into a paperweight. I started with a Scottish roll for the cotton, wrapped a Stainless Steel Mesh the length of the posts around it, fit that inside a 26g prebuilt Kanthal A1 coil. After repeating the process for the second coil, I clipped the coils so I could drop them flush on the deck and placed them very close to the wall of the RDA. I cleared away cotton that was blocking air from hitting the SS mesh, used that cotton to build a barrier between the atomizer wall and the ends of the mesh to prevent possible shorting. Coils came out to.34 ohms and I vaped at 70w in TCR mode with the airflow wide open. Flavor was fantastic and the air flow is very smooth. Best experience I had gotten so far out of this RDA. ********** FINAL THOUGHTS As much of a hassle this was figuring out, I'm glad for the experience. It made me have to think outside the box and I'm sure what I learned with enrich my experiences in the future with other devices. Feel free to adapt the way I built my coils to your liking. Just make sure to take into account the 45 degree angle cut into the cap when you build. I would recommend this RDA. ********** PROS The design looks amazing Build deck is simple and easy to use Flavor is amazing if you build it right. 8 RDA color options Reasonably priced Cap is locking, adjustable and has a grip on it. ********** CONS Flavor is garbage if you don't figure out coil placement. Ran into a lot of spitback while figuring this RDA out.