There are no new 'rules' but there are "proposed rules" on the table. From the 2nd link in Bill G's post - comments from Gottlieb: "These are questions that FDA must confront. I am also directing CTP to explore other aspects of the current application review process. In particular, I have asked CTP to consider whether its current plan, which is to review all of the so-called Provisional Substantial Equivalence products, is an effective use of its resources and whether it should continue to pursue the current approach to these reviews. I have asked CTP to consider whether there is an approach that makes more sense, and whether by not reviewing some of those products, those review resources could be freed up for other purposes and greater clarity could be provided to the market. In addition, we’ll also be revising the so-called “sunset policy” through additional guidance so that existing products under review remain on the market. The current policy could have forced existing products off the market. We’ll also be working to put in place a more comprehensive, transparent, and vigorous regulatory framework that will make our regulatory efforts more sustainable." While all seem like good proposals, the one in red is especially good since he sees how the current deeming would, as Bill has said for so long, result in a virtual ban on ecigs - the underlined 'forced existing products off the market' which tells me he doesn't want to see that happening. As far as flavorings go - as someone said above, they will still be on the market, but perhaps (worst case scenario) not available in vape shops or in any way connected to vaping. So storage of flavorings shouldn't be much of a consideration. As far as nicotine goes - again - worse case scenario - banning of nicotine would be similar to banning primers for bullets - something that was considered in the 90's. No primer, no bullets so you don't have to ban firearms. (except for black powder weapons...). Although it's becoming more accepted that nicotine is not as addictive as was once thought, and many veteran vapers could, or already have, gone no-nic.... not me though - I like the positive effects of nicotine :- ) ...and it would be really hard for smokers to make the transition if nic was banned for vaping.