Still working with it, I feel it does produce more vapour, but that vapour is heavier and more, for want of a better word, damper or moister. I vape Max VG and when you use Inawera and Flavourart flavours as standalones that can only mean <2% dilution to 98% of VG which vaping subohm 0.2ohms in TC or High Watts isn't the safest with regards the boiling point of pure VG without water and isn't best for my lungs tbh. So I have started adding distilled water to my own mixes at 10-15% so see how that goes.
Have not had to add any sweetener of any description to my own mixes now since I changed, would like to think that is due to the VG, but it may be my tastes and vaping equipment have changed at the same time? It is certainly more noticeable with the finger taste test, tried it with a couple of other pure VG bottles I have, and it gives by far the sweetest taste on the tongue, of all of them.
I would buy it again (and have), is it better (still deciding) costs no more than rapeseed or soy versions and you can buy it in 1 litre sizes here in the UK. I would recommend anyone give it ago for themselves, but if you mix Max VG, definitely thin it out with water, is my main recommendation