If you lower the voltage, it will take longer to heat up. Reducing power reduces the device's heating efficiency. Your Dynavap extracts differently at different temperatures, so you will get certain flavors at lower temps that are hidden at higher tempts by other flavors. The same is true for extraction efficiency: the Dynavap extracts very efficiently when it is "in the zone", i.e., the interval between the clicks. Lower temps permit you to keep it in that extraction zone longer.How does the voltage affect the performance of the Flix exactly? If I lower the voltage, does it take less or more time to heat up? What is happening with this adjustment?
Lower voltage heating isn't a panacea, but it does expand the tools in your Dynavap-vaping tool chest.
One technique that I find useful is to begin at a low voltage - 9V, say - and then step up by a 1V or so each heating cycle until I am done. You sort of sweep the bowl of flavors that way, and you also get nice extraction. I am sure others will have more techniques to share as these get out and into people's hands.
Hopefully that helps?