The answer is simple: if we're carrying the kit, it's better than good. It's great!
We wouldn't be carrying it if we didn't think so based on our testing.
The tricky question is, will it be great for you?
To help you make the right personal choice, we suggest asking yourself the following questions, and we can guide you based on the answers.
Will I be using the kit mostly outside, or mostly at home? If you'll be using your kit on your daily drive, or in a vaping area at work (by the way, if your workplace has a vaping area or has access to one, then congratulations!), you'll want a kit that offers great battery life. That means a minimum of 1500mAh capacity, so you won't need to charge too often. If you'll be using the kit mostly at home, then any will work for you, BUT you should ask yourself...
Will I be using just salts, just freebase, or alternating between both?
If you're a salts kind of guy/gal (and you should be, if you're trying to quit smoking, or have so far kept off the stinkies but are still craving for a stick once in a while), look for a kit with a coil/pod resistance of 1.0ohm or higher, or a kit that gives you the option.
1.0ohm or higher coils will produce the smoothest, most flavorful vapor using salts, and you won't risk getting too hard a hit from too much vapor.
Now, if you're freebase-only, then you'll want a kit with a coil/pod resistance much lower than 1.0ohm. We'd recommend 0.4 to 0.6ohm ourselves.
But, keep in mind that the battery capacity of your kit will need to be higher the lower the resistance of the coil. If you ask us, we'd demand no less than 1500mAh out of a kit that uses a coil/pod at 0.6ohm. At 0.4 ohm, 1500mAh is pushing it. The reason is simple: the lower the coil/pod resistance, the more electricity will flow through it as a function of time, and therefore the more power it'll consume during use (fuck that's actually more complicated than we want it to sound, but what can you do. Science.).