I still have to try a few other tanks like the Kayfun as well as take a few fast looks at the Kanger models as well as the other sub ohm tanks coming out now in droves and some cheap as crapola superb!
At first when both the 5ml Nautilus, Mini tank, and Atlantis were first being tried out someone comments they were going to give up on the Nautilus entirely and stick only with the Atlantis. After ending up getting several to have one or two for each of the mods I find myself only placing light use on the Nautilus tanks.
At the desk the Vamo Fire 20w which can't sub ohm will see a full Nautilus there with a Smok Tumbler on the eGo VW battery for a pair of menthol flavors. The mod stand for the tv stand will see an iTaste VV v3.0 with a Nautilus Mini for another quick grab. The other mods if not with iStick inhand will suffice. Having a small tank or the Nautilus for a quick grab menthol flavor has actually not allowed one sneeze for months now to be seen especially with the pollen season here soon to be blossoming!
If you are into trying out all types of flavors having a selection of tanks will be most likely what you end up with since some flavors simply won't like higher watts. With a menthol at 6-7w on a battery with Tumbler another flavor champs at 10-11w with the same tank. Tumblers max about 10-11w. For the Nautilus and Mini 10-20 usually 18w maxing out. Sub ohm tanks like the Atlantis will just start firing at 15w and peak at about 40w while I've had a few flavors right at 50w without issue on the 150w mod.
Note none of that is for clouds while the increase in vapor however serves to come closer to how it feels when you light up an analog. One of the main beefs with the old CE2 1.6ml top coiled crud was the lack of output as typically a problem seen with the cig alikes. The trick is to find the balancing point which is where you want to end up being at.