One is a Savinelli Trevi, the other is a Savinelli Noce. Both are the 626 style (bent apple). I got them in a little over a week ago, the day before I headed out to sea to commission a new LNG carrier. We had gas onboard, so I knew we would have a room set up as a "smoking lounge." I was hoping to break them in during this trial, however the "smoking lounge" was an empty storeroom with no seating and crammed full of cigarette smokers, so this was not conducive for enjoying a pipe. However I am back home now, so I've begun breaking one in. The Trevi is for blends with Latakia. I've smoked two half-bowls in it so far, Frog Morton on the Bayou and Larry's Blend, and I think its breaking in ok so far. I'd like to get a nice cake in the bottom before its loaded up full for the first time... although I never smoke a bowl all the way to the bottom, I've read the cake in the bottom improves the pipe's smoking qualities. It's the first bent-shape pipe I've tried, and I kind of like it more than the straight shape. It feels more comfortable to hold. And I do like how it looks! Once I get the Trevi broken in, I'll start working on the Noce. It is a pretty pipe, and the natural color of it is quite nice. It's shaped to look like a walnut or something, and is very unique in appearance. Hopefully it smokes as good as it looks. Anyway I'm looking forward to breaking it in. I will use it to smoke blends without Latakia and without flavorings... I think.