Mark Twain says:
"I prefer it to ten other fountain pens, because it carries its filler in its own stomach, and I cannot mislay even by art or intention. Also, I prefer it because it is a profanity saver; it cannot roll off the desk."
In the mail sometime this week, my first Conklin should be added to my collection of pens. It is a Mark Twain fountain pen in black and rose gold with a 1.1 stubby nib. It just looked good in the pictures and the push to load crescent may be an easier way of loading or keeping the nib wet between uses, I'm thinking. Does anyone have any experience with this pen and have you been happy with it?