Chipset sensitivity is the biggest factor in good TC, so imho Dicodes > DNA > YiHi > JWEI > The Rest None of these mods actually read temperature, what they do is sense changes in resistance and equate that to a temperature. This is why it's important to calibrate the mod to the atomiser at room temperature to set a baseline reading the chipset algorithm can extrapolate from, based on the TCR you select. To try and achieve greatest success you need to understand resistive sensitivity, that is, the minimum lump of coil needed for the mod to be able to sense the resistance change, this varies by coil material type. Historically Ni200 was used most as it has a very high TCR at 620 and so it's resistance changes quite readily as it has a current passed through it. Other popular coils are NiFe with a TCR around 320-500 depending on the supplier, Titanium, which has a TCR around 350 down to SS, which has a TCR around 92-105 for popular variants. The downside of SS is it's low TCR in relation to the other mentioned wires and this is where resistive sensitivity comes in, it needs enough wraps to give the mod a chance to sense a resistance change. TLDR: Have a go, it's fun to understand how the mod can control the vape based on your coil material.