The switch in the higher voltage devices makes a huge difference in how they perform. The Omega and Silver Bullet vape very different with the same batteries and atomizers used because of the resistance and manufacture quality of the switch. Using Totally Wickeds VV Torpedo @ 6 volts is so underwhelming compared to those two devices and I know it's because it is trying to get 6 volts out of a 3.7 volt battery.
the mod is only ever as good as the atomiser you screw onto the end (statement excluding battery choice and your vv option for those who would want it).
Thing is, you're back to VV again and it's not
what everybody wants! You seem to think everyone should, but some people do actually get drawn in, try it, and walk away. Some people get exactly what they want from a device that doesn't offer VV or HV vaping
. Some people do. That's great. Diversity of needs.
You were also saying that you didn't know why people still bothered with 3.7v when there were VV options and beautiful mods out there... okay, if you require a high end VV mod to suit your needs, that's what you need... but the majority of people find that a normal, non-vv, non-modded device is all they need and all they want; they don't want to buy some latest mod to keep up with trends. As you've found out, you had to wade through an awful lot of cr4p to find something that you decided was the perfect option... and still something gleaming will come along to tempt you, and you'll buy it. That's what separates the 'enthusiast' buyer from the rest of us plebs