Something to think about: According to the Deeming Regs that were finalized in May of 2016, this was the day that that was supposed to be the the deadline to file PMTAs, and no vapor product would have been legal to sell as of tomorrow unless a PMTA having been filed by today. Moreover, according to the Deeming Regs, no new products were supposed to be introduced after August 8, 2016. For much of the fall of 2016, most everyone was afraid to introduce new products. Even some of the Chinese vendors wouldn't ship newly introduced products to US customers. But somehow in 2017 the FDA had a change of heart. What Bill Godshall often referred to as "Obama's FDA" was no more. Instead, it became someone else's FDA, and that someone is not a big fan of regulations. As a result, the PMTA deadline was extended by four years, there's been no obvious enforcement of the "No new products" part of the Deeming that was already in effect, and tomorrow everyone will be doing business as usual instead of being out of business. I wonder what the future holds?