There are multiple reports on the forum but they mostly seem to come from people not experienced with the DNA devices andas such they are getting little to no attention, or sh**** answers like "your build is wrong". I consider myself a DNA 'veteran'. I have gone through a DNA 40, a 200, a 250 and now a 250C. I just got delivery of my Lost Vape Triade 250C yesterday and this thing is not working properly. First of all, I am having the much talked about Temp Protect problem. every fourth or fifth time I grab the device and try to vape, I instantly get the Temp Protect or whatever it is called error. Letting off the button and pressing it again leads to the mod firing properly. Also, every once in a while I get Temp Protect while vaping and the power cuts off completely. That is especially annoying and not related to wicking or resistance stability of the atomizers but it is 100% a DNA hardware or firmware problem. Now onto my other most annoying issue that many people have reported but gets easily overlooked. Something is definitely wrong with TC on this device. I checked the soldering and it looks immaculate. My coils are very solidly mounted on my atomizers. Going back and forth between my Lost Vape Triade 250 and 250C with the same atomizers, same coils, same wicks, same resistance of said coils after they have cooled down, same batteries and same 316L CSVs from both evolv, steam engine and lightning vapes, I get two extremely different vapes. It is mostly apparent with my Innokin Ares where the 250 works perfectly between 430-450F, but the 250C needs anything from 470-530F to give me the same experience. Also, checking the Puff Info menu on the device with my Kaees Solomon 2, I get 25W for one puff, 35 for another, 40+ when it is a satisfying vape, all of them with the same resistance, after some cool down time, same temperature settings and more or less same puff duration. This thing is just so inconsistent. I tried messing around with the settings in Escribe, trying different thermal profile settings and even the same with the 250 triade but to no avail. I haven't had a chance to run the Case Analyzer yet because my batteries where charged. I am running 1.2 SP5 on the DNA 250 and 1.1 SP35 INT on the DNA 250C. One other thing I would like to mention. People need to stop hating on Lost Vape for these problems. The 250C Triade looks much better built than the 250 in every way both inside and out. I can definitely see they have learned from the mistakes by changing the button mounting method from metal clips that used to break on the 250 to silicone-like retainers. This tells me that Lost Vape are trying to improve and these problems are not due to Lost Vape's quality control but due to Evolv's firmware. I would like some answers from an Evolv spokesperson to these questions: 1. Have these problems been identified? 2. Are you trying to fix them in any way? 3. Can we do anything to help? Can we provide you with data in any way?