This model is only capable of processing smaller samples, but its rotary style mouth shreds them to the width of a single gastrodet, allowing for poly-chemical analysis of samples while maintaining the integrity of rare specimens. Sure, that means tiny discoveries that other mouth machines would miss. And yes, Charybdis was an immensely profitable product for Nevil's Gastrocraft. Everyone knows that. What not many drifters discovered until it was too late is that Charybdis requires constant cleaning and maintenance to prevent rust and that the standard issue filters are not small enough to trap spores. The outfitters folded when Valk Nevil himself endured a fungal bloom in his lungs. Too bad. But that's what happens when you hire freight mechanics instead of qualified engineers. Mouth machines are delicate ergonomic crafts, not greased up cogs and screws.