That actually makes complete sense, since your engine is new the blow by is likely minimal, this blow by will increase as the engine ages. Also a very helpful tip, try and keep your catch can in the coolest section of the engine bay as cooled oil vapor will fall out of suspension and collect more readily. The hotter your catch can and its external surface the less likely vapor is to condense within.I've had a JBR catch can on my 2016 2.0 since about 5,000 miles. I can't tell if it *actually* did anything in the long run (now sitting at 32xxxk miles.) But regardless, I still drain the can monthly, and I get a couple of mL's each time I do so; I guess it works. The stuff drained is milky yellow, and is likely condensed water, a little bit of oil, and gas all mixed together. Sorry, I don't have a picture or anything.