I'm having to change vendors due to insurance change, but my prior vendor had employees using CPAP/APAP. They were great to talk to. I understand that the variety & sophistication of what is available has grown hugely over the last 2 years, and I expect it will now grow exponentially with doctors beginning to think about sleep apnea as a cause for fatigue, "fibromyalgia" etc. The IQ mask is exceptionally comfortable because of the state-of-theart mask materials used. Soft, and the mask sort of "custom molds" to your face. Makes me want to grab some designer and shake them and say, "How could you design this excellent mask and put it on this barbarian neopreme cage of a headgear?" Actually, I think I'll try to track down somebody at the manufacturer's website & communicate just that!
Anyway, night two of round 2 was excellent. Found I could shift the export farther downward than I thought. Still needed eyedrops this a.m. (I'm very allergic so use Patanol prescription eyedrops, but also use Similisan homeopathic allergy eye drops. Visine LR and Opcon-A work well to get rid of the "bleary eye" in an emergency, like for a meeting, but you can get "addicted" to those, similar to nasal decongestant sprays.) Howebver, I didn't need my usual 2nd round of Similisan later, or the "emergency" eye drops at all. Oh, I also remembered last night that the respiratory therapist who clued me in about other tips, mentioned that I had over-tightened the strap that went around the back of my head. This automatically puts pressure on the nostrils and may cause leaks.
Well, I'm on a mission too. Good luck.