I am a 30-year old, 10-year veteran of the US military. As an active duty soldier, this product has been the best thing to happen to me in years. I was a two-pack-a-day smoker for approximately 15 years. I enjoy the sensation and action of smoking, but obviously, it began to take its toll on my health. Wishing to keep myself fit, I began using an electronic cigarette during my last deployment to Iraq. The improvement was immediately noticeable; I’ve attempted to quit in the past, but having a high-stress job as I do, it was fighting a losing battle. My cardiovascular health and resting pulse have both improved significantly, and I have been using electronic cigarettes for approximately 4 years now. I do not wish to quit completely; as I said, I enjoy it. Were you to enforce any kind of time limit, nicotine limit, or such regulations, you would be dooming myself, and other members of the armed services whom I know personally, to the only recourse that would be available to us: namely, tobacco cigarettes. Furthermore, the only ‘flavors’ that have worked for me have been sweet, candy flavors, and limiting such products to the universally disgusting tobacco and menthol flavors available would, again, very likely force me back to the so-called analog cigarettes. As a final note, I’d like to urge the FDA to remove the inaccurate statements from its website: many people believe that e-cigarettes are very likely to cause cancer or poison the user because the FDA ??forgot? to mention that the amount of carcinogens detected in liquid are no higher than in pharmaceutical nicotine products such as the patch and gum, and that the only toxin detected was in an amount that has never been shown to endanger health.