I used to have an old Trezor One hardware wallet that I used for cold storage. I'm far from a techy but I found it pretty easy to setup and use. You basically are given 24 random words that you write down and keep securely. When the new Trezor Model T became available I decided to buy one since I thought it would offer better security, however, when I was setting up the Trezor Model T it would only give me a 12 word seed phrase, rather than the 24 I was expecting. I'm not very good at math but doesn't this mean that the new Trezor Model T is twice as easy to crack as the old version since only 12 words need to be guessed? Feels like a step back to me and it makes me a bit nervous.