Hi: I know there are some good and reliable soldering stations out there like Hakko, Ersa, Weller and Pace... But they are unavailable where I live, and way out of my prince range (just amateur). I've ruled out the Zhonghi stations and clones like the ZD-931 and ZD-937 that I have available here mainly to some quality issues... I have those available where I live for around 70 for ZD-931 with the Fixpoint/Velleman brand. So I'm looking into Aoyue soldering stations that look to be, quality wise, above, the ZD-93#. But I have a simple doubt: There is the Aoyue 9378 complete for 60 with ceramic heating, and there is the induction based Aoyue Int3233 for around 80 + 10 for the tip (so a total 30 above the 9378 model) totalling 90. For the 9378 station a lot of tips, including Hakko, are available. My questions/doubts are: - Does the induction model have any advantages regarding the more standard ceramic heating model? I can't find any conclusive info regarding this. I thing heating and recovering would be faster... - In what kind of works, if any, an induction based station has advantage? I can't envision, from an amateur point of view any advantage to the induction version. Thanks for the help!