Hi, everybody! I've been smoking for over 3 years (might not seem like a lot, but my throat doesn't seem to agree), and have been trying to quit for over half that time. The only time I was truly successful was about a year ago when I purchased my first e-cigarette, the Eleaf iJust 2. A simple, cheap and enjoyable thing. However, at the time I was working a very physical job that involved lifting heavy things and squeezing into small spaces so after a while of having this thing in my pocket, the fire button must have squeezed or bumped against something and just broke. I thought, never mind; I'm enjoying vaping so much that I'm going to get a temp control mod/kit (2016). After doing not too much research I got the Joytech eVic VT kit. It seemed OK at first but after not too long issues started to surface, the firmware wasn't upgradable and I just disliked it very much. I decided to quit vaping and smoking altogether. Big mistake as it turned out. Not long after I was tempted with cigarettes at my workplace, and not having my alternative I gave in. A week went on of me trying to not vape or smoke and I realized I was smoking every day. I tried to get back to the eVic VT, but I hated it so much I just got back to cigarettes. Now, it's been over a year, I've tried to quit cold turkey about 6 or 7 times, and my throat's been perpetually sore for half a year. I've ordered a new mod, atomizer, batteries and charger ready to quit again and not wanting any more setbacks, I've decided to come here to learn everything I need to know about how to properly use this new stuff coming in. I think I've chosen quality equipment this time around, but I only later realized I may have messed up with the batteries, so (TLDR) if anyone has the time to have a look at my setup and let me know at what wattage I can vape the setup, or what batteries I should have gotten (or maybe a different atty) I would really appreciate it. Setup: MOD: SMOK Alien 220W ATTY: SMOK TFV12 Cloud Beast King Batteries: 2X Sony Konion VTC6 3120 mAh, top max 30 A So from what I've been reading the atty is best used between 90 and 130 Watts, while these batteries shouldn't be used at more than 100W. Is this correct? Should I switch batteries?