The FDA has yet to make a call on just how safe e-cigarettes actually are, or whether they're a significantly safer counterpart to traditional cigarettes. But at Vapefest, a gathering for obsessive e-cig enthusiasts who call themselves "vapers," people spend thousands of dollars buying or making elaborate smoking apparatus — from tanks to hold "e-juice" on long-haul trucking trips to tiny mustaches that clip onto e-cigarettes. At Digital Trends, novice e-cig smoker Andrew Couts brings back a report from a community that's literally stamping out cigarettes to replace them with a high-tech counterpart.