Not even just new mixers but some of us older ones too. It took me a long time to move forward and while ill always have a few TPA/CAP in my stash im less likely to choose a new flavor from them vs RF/FA/INW/FLV.
I had hoped that the advancements would push CAP to produce some better, stronger flavorings but RF stepped right up and made me glad that they didnt.
This is something that i knew little about until i activated an old facebook account last week. Im not a fan of social media so i never paid much attention to it.
Who was it that asked if we were Diva's? Im not sure about that, i aint that hawt, but i do believe we have had a hand in pushing certain companies, in this industry, in a direction that benefits everyone. I think its pretty cool that we have that opportunity.
Something in the video, on these flavorings, really hit me. He was talking about how some people have trouble with their flavorings. When coming from flavorings that require such high %'s of course people are going to have a hard time grasping mixing at such low %s, which is a point you made to me one day that i took to heart. Im just now really getting to know these higher end flavorings and ive been mixing for years. Despite a couple years using MF i still loved my CAP/TPA so they were generally the main manufacturer in my mixes.
I agree that the circle needs to be broken, too many people spending money on flavorings that money shouldnt be spent on. I know everyone has their preferences but a lot of times its stubbornness, as was the case with me.