So, I thought it was cool to have a frosted/chilled mug before I started drinking good beer. I bought what everyone was selling and I'm not going back. As I understand it the two biggest issues, in no particular order, are 1) temperature and 2) getting watered down. My problem now is trying to understand why these glass rinses are acceptable? No, they don't mess with the temp and are probably beneficial with making sure they are nice and clean. Got it. I'm a fan. But wait... Because the rinse water remains at the bottom of the glass. Arguably much more so than what you'd get from a frosted glass. I was at a bar recently that provided me a glass for a bottle I ordered. Truth be told I ordered a bottle and they asked if I wanted a glass... DUH! Anyway, after the rinse I received a glass with a solid 1/4" of water at the bottom, that's my best guess. Put it this way, it was enough that when I dumped it on my coaster the coaster was overwhelmed and if it had a heartbeat it would have drowned. Now why are these glass rinsers okay and a frosted mug is not? Does it really just boil down to temp? Or am I just completely missing the boat here? Thanks.