I've been mostly vaporizing for a little over 2 years, and for me it has actually made me appreciate the taste if combustion more at first. but now it leaves an ashsmell in my nose for too long.
before I started vaporizing, I never really tasted weed. only with hash I could taste it(depending on wich hash etc), then after tasting the pure taste from a vaporizer, not obscured by ashtaste, I could also distinguish it in the combustiontaste(I also can't smell it when someone is smoking weed, I usually know because there is smoke and it smells less of tobacco as someone smoking cigs)
the last few weeks my switch to vaporizing has become more definitive, didn't hang out with friends for a little while(and alone I very rarely combust), smoked with a friend again and it barely got me high and gave me a kind of headache-like feeling. but vaporizing some and I was high just like my friend.
I don't agree at all that vaporizers are just for people who can't smoke, I started(and stayed) vaporizing for the different, and in my opinion superior, high. and as cherry on top it has a better taste, feels better on my throat, doesn't stink up the house while I have the windows closed, doesn't burn away in between hits so I can take a puff whenever I want, and keep an unfinished bowl for the next session. and even healthier, but that is least important for me.
altough during a few periods where I combusted a lot(daily or almost daily) I have noticed a sore throat and slight smokerscough wich made me quickly switch the balance mostly to vaporizing again.
all in all vaporizing has so much benefits for me that I consider it far superior to combusting, smoking is only for situations where vaporizing is inconvenient(at festivals/concerts, busier parties), and another reason fr ocassional smoking is that all my friends smoke joints, so passing a joint around a group of friends has a certain feeling too, and with the portable vaporizer I have it's always a little effort to explain how to use it, so I don't always feel like teaching people how to use it.