So after having the odyssey kit for about a week now I was enjoying it. There was an occasional small leak from the Triton but nothing like some of the posts I saw here. Thought i had got off easy. Turns out I was wrong. I used the Ni200 coil that came with the kit and the TC was working pretty good right up until it burned the cotton on it after 6-10ML. I chain vape and had never used a TC mod before so I did not realize that it should have lasted at least double that amount. Now I have a new NI200 coil that i have installed in my triton and my pegasus refuses to acknowledge it as Ni200. It sends the pulse and I see the voltage drop afterwards but it doesn't switch. In order to get any vapor out of it I have to turn it up to 45 watts. This is on a .15 coil. I have tried taking the battery out for 10-15 minutes and letting it sit then putting it all back together and get the same results every time. I'm currently at work and will change the coil when I get home but as of right now it looks like another strike against the pegasus. I thought this kit was going to be great as I've had an Atlantis V1 since christmas last year and loved it. Currently If it does turn out to be the mod I'll be looking into refunding the whole kit and buying from a company that tests their products before launch and doesn't try to cram an option into mods at the last second. I mean really how hard is it to make the mode switch a 3 button click instead of this auto-sense BS that is destroying peoples coils and proving the be unreliable? If anybody has any ideas about this please let me know. Battery is fully charged and the tank was just cleaned and put back together with this coil.