I sent a msg to Ravi at the same time I posted the pictures in here. He got back to me and this is the exact words he said...
"the floating bits are natural. that is wax that melts when warmed and part of the chemistry. they form with use. The best thing to do is to run the lamp for about 2 hours till it is warm and then carefully remove the glass from the holder. Use protection if you find it at all hot. Once it is out give it a good shake which will cause all the liquid to mix up together and it may get cloudy. this process generally makes the lamp go back to it's original state. so you will again have to light it a few times to get it broken in again. the sticking on the sides etc will disipate over time. This issue is not uncommon for the red color lamp."
So, I guess I just have to keep firing it up everyday and hope all the problem would go away someday. Wonder if anyone who has a Clear/Red globe has the same problem as I do.
Those small droplets on the side are fine, the cloudiness before or after use are fine. Even these small floating bits are fine because they seem to melt after an hr of use. But I'm not sure about the flow problem I'm having with this Clear/Red globe and the overheat problem I'm having with my Clear/Violet globe.