Nothing wrong with Vodka O, apart that it is not a vodka. It is a neutral white spirit from whey - what is left over from making cheese. A proper vodka needs to be made from grains or potato, but the Vodka O product is fine to drink. I just don't know what you call it. By the same mark, Ciroc is also not a vodka. It is a clear brandy. I love my Polish bottle too but Belvedere is not that great for the price. It's decent, but has a sharpness to it which I do not like, before I get to that 'over ethanol' characteristic that so many of these 'expensive' vodkas have. Grabbed two bottles of Zytnia Extra from Uncle Dans last Friday night. Still $33.99 a bottle, still 40% ABV unlike most others that have dropped to 37.5% or 38%. It's Rye based and very, very nice. If you have not had a Polish Rye, then try it. Equally happy neat or mixed, it's a good all-round bottle. Had a nice discussion with a guy at my local Dan's, he hadn't tried the Zytnia but he was going to take a bottle of that instead of Finlandia when he goes camping with mates in a week or two's time. He will be pleased with it, of that I am sure. I have also purchased a fair amount of the Tovaritch! vodka lately. Again, very cheap at under $30 per bottle, is smooth and no 'nail varnish' elements that these cheap-ass vodkas can have. I did try shots of it but it only has a passing grade for my tastes so it is usually my mixer. Only problem is that the bottle is extremely tall so hard to fit in the freezer, and it also tends to leak from the cap if you lay it down. That said, if your idea of buying vodka is a 700ml Smirnoff Red, grab the Tovaritch and you will never look back. I also note that Absolute Elyx is on special at First Choice for $45 per bottle. Screaming good value that, it's $49 at Dans and everywhere else charges $65. It is damn good stuff, if you haven't tried it neat and just above freezing then you need to try it.