I've been noticing more and more ecig companies turning to t.v. advertising over the past year or so. Another one caught my attention, it's apparently somewhat new but tied to previous products. A half hour infomercial for a device called the cue vapor system. So the pro's, it's getting the word out there. The half hour spot featured a number of testimonials with an overall positive message as to the benefits of switching to vaping. Making it appear more 'normal' and acceptable rather than some sort of cult experience done only by those who participate in body modification and meeting in the shadows to vape. It's another alternative to others that have been promoting 'easy' pod type devices. It does offer something a bit different, subohm cartridges with 5ml's of juice so a bit more capacity and likely more vapor than some of the other enclosed systems. Now for the mixed feelings and possibly the cons. Since I hadn't heard of them and was curious to find out who's behind it I did a quick bit of google-fu and found my answer. It's a rebirth of a company that was previously running under the name 'digirettes' founded in 2012 and as it turns out, run by EAS, a sister company to Swisher Intl. Suffice it to say, big tobacco. That explains the enclosed system and the somewhat limited flavors (there are 10 so it's better than some out there). I want to like that it's pro vaping and sends a positive message, that's great for the community. On the other hand it's promoting big tobacco's control and I don't want to see the industry choked out and relegated to just a handful of mediocre products void of options and diverse flavors. I don't feel right promoting big tobacco so not going to leave a link. Maybe it will work for some if they're interested in another potentially hassle free to help get them off cigs and maybe open the door to other things vaping. Can't really speak first hand since I've never tried it so not sure how 'good' the product is overall. A bit pricey to maintain vs other vape gear at $7/cartridge but I guess that's the tradeoff for a prefilled cartridge/coil/tip aio.