Recently got he Ohmega Alpha 30mm in and had a little time to check it out. I'll get around to actually doing a review on it but in the meantime, here a few pics. It sure is one bad ass looking piece of hardware. I chose gun metal. Here it is on the Ijoy Limitless Lux Left to right; SMOK Alien with SMOK Micro TFV4 3.5ml tank with .3 CLP2 @ 55 watts SMOK H-Priv with SMOK Micro TFV4 5ml tank with .3 CLP2 @ 55 watts Limitless 200w Box Mod with IJOY Limitless XL with .16 Clapton 3mm 4/5 wrap @ 95 watts (yes I know this puts me at 24.37 A) SMOK X Cube Ultra 220 with IJOY Limitless RDTA PLUS with .15 Clapton 3mm 5/6 wrap @ 105 watts (yes I know this puts me at 26.46 A) Ijoy Limitless Lux with Ohmega Alpha 30mm with .34 Dual Clapton 4.3mm 5/6 wrap @ 95 watts Ijoy Limitless Lux with Aspire Cleit 120 with .16 @ 90 watts Wismec Reuleaux RX200 with iJoy Combo RDTA with .69 Dual Clapton 3mm 8/9 wrap @ 102 watts Using Samsung 25R, LG HE2, LG HE4, and Samsung 30Q depending on build. While it is advertised by many as capable of holding 12ml, I was only able to get 8.1ml into it. I got my BFT along with a Wismec Theorem from https://www.code3vapor.com for $26.65 / $13.45. Ordered on 10/12, received on 10/15. They ship out of Norman, OK and I feel I was treated right. The BFT is made by http://www.ohmega.co/ Maybe it all went so smooth because it is made is Oklahoma and code3vapor is a neighbor. lol To start with I just used the Clapton coils that came with it. They were supposed to be 4mm but turned out to be 4.3mm I chose to space them just because I feel I get more flavor from a spaced coil. Since this BFT is designed to be a cloud chaser and I'm more in it for the flavor, I figured I'd mix the large tank size with some good flavor and see what came of it. I've read numerous reviews of leaking so figured I'd better have a closer look. Since it is top fill however there is no O-ring on the top cap (except the one that seals to the chimney) to prevent it leaking from the tank through the threads, I can see where the huge possibility would certainly be there. So when I wicked up I made sure to be as full as I could. Since the chimney/cover it all one piece, that did make it a bit more awkward. My OCD had me ensuring the cotton was tucked nice and tidy inside the well. After I filled the tank, as I put the cap on, as soon as I thought I was about 3/4 threaded, I turned the tank upside down to move the air to the other side. Before I removed the top cap for filling I covered the airflow holes with my fingers and kept them there until I turned the tank over. This worked for me but I've only been using the tank one day and only refilled (maintaining this method) 3 times so far. With a 30mm tank, naturally is has a good size build deck, no issues there. Wasn't sure I'd like the idea of it lacking juice flow or air flow control but it turns out that isn't an issue. It just works. (if you wick it properly) Some seem to have received an extra drip tip with theirs, I did not. Since it is NOT a standard 510 drip tip, it'd suck if I lost or broke this one. I measured the ID of the drip tip hole on the top cap at 10.95mm. The ID of the drip tip its self expands out to 13.2mm. It extends from the top of the tank 13mm. Since a standard 510 drip tip hole is 8.5mm - 8.6mm, this leaves me to wonder why they'd do such a thing. However I suppose I could just order the BFT Accessory kit that includes 2 replacement tank sections, 2 drip tips, replacement O-rings and screws. The screws and screw driver is phillips. Haven't measured the ID of the holes yet but I can already see I wish they'd accept larger wire. It has huge juice fill holes. Handles heat dissipation with ease. Looks awesome on the IJOY LUX. The threading isn't buttery smooth but nothing to complain about. I'll try to update this after I spend more time with it.