Well that went down well. Sorry but these guys are right, the video doesn't convey what Projekt Fresh is even remotely and the entire thing seems like a promo. The language and delivery of information used is what I would expect to see from a bad sales person trying to sell an old lady a new roof or something. If you are trying to start a campaign you need to be personable to the audience, a softer tone but with a strong firm message that isn't laced with branding. Brian had a couple good points, but yeah it totally misses the mark, I still don't really get what Projekt Fresh is even from your reply and if messages are going to be put out in a unified voice, I really hope it's not like this. I also kind of think different people putting out different messages isn't necessarily a bad thing, it's not like any of these vendors or manufacturers are saying 'smokings great don't vape' or that people think smoking is a good thing these days anyway. And yeah, silly name and branding. Sorry but if companies are going to pool resources or something to do a pro vaping anti smoking media campaign or anything like that they need to hear this and do it properly. *I do commend you for trying to promote something that you believe is positive and will have a positive impact on the industry though, not your fault it's gone down like a lead balloon here/probably elsewhere.