So I eagerly open my my new RDTA. I like my Recurve on the Crea squonk, but only as a session tool. This new one is apparently an oldie but a goodie so I am hoping for a similar RDA type experiance What has attracted me to the Vapefly mesh plus RDTA is the build deck. Looks easy to build on and can take mesh, single coil or dual coil. It has the built in 2ml tank and you can drip on it. Sounds pretty versatile. So I dive right in. First thing I do is put in a strip of the supplied mesh. Kanthal. It measures .3 ohms. It looks wrong though it is too high up in the chamber and could short out if it touched the walls. So a bit of trimming length and width, a few more measurements and I am happy with .15. Does not look too high but still takes a big wad of cotton to fill that space. A couple of reviewers said that it was missing something. I get that. From the first drag it is very airy so the airflow gets closed down... and down... and down until it is a very tight draw. Lots of vapour as I go up and down the VW to find the sweet spot. The flavour varies across the wattages. This thing is too smooth, no spitting or crackling. It has flavour, but not like the Recurve. It is almost like it has taken the juice and smoothed it out. Like having your underpants ironed. It's weird, I have ran a couple of tanks through it and it works perfectly. No leaking,very clean. Wicking is very good it is saturated all the time ......... but there is not hit to it. I used the same juice in my Nano Wasp on a .3 clapton. Great flavour, get the hit, plenty of vapour production. I switch back to the Vapefly .... and... the flavour is still there, the vapour production is still there but it is weird. Like some one ironed your underpants .... on steam setting ... and then you put them straight on. They feel familiar, warm and comfortable ....... just a little damp.