I started my wet shaving journey close to 2 decades ago by jumping head first into straight razors. Lost interest after a couple of years with then, and slothed back to carts. 6 or 7 years ago, I got the bug again, and got into DEs. Dabbled with straights still, but mostly DEs. I guess the maintenance of honing thrill was gone for me. Plodded along with DEs, trying to find that one perfect combination of razor and blade. Came real close several times, but always chasing the next best combo. You know what I'm talking about, right? Haha. "Wow, that was an awesome shave, but can it be better? What if I try this blade with that razor?" Tried single edge, the MMOC was a good razor for me, but the design of the head was like a sponge. Rinse the razor, shake it out, put on face and watch still yet even more water drip down my face, making a mess. Then I discovered injectors. Wow. Shaving perfection. The design of the razors head, narrow enough to get even right under my nose, and blades thick enough to not flex and make weepers .... is genius! I get a smile on my face every time I'm done shaving with one, which is every day. Om just amazed that injectors aren't more popular. I'm pretty well rounded in wet shaving equipment and methods, but hands down injectors are the pinnacle of wet shaving technology. YMMV, of course.