Three in hand, one fixer of uncertain type from the French years coming in the mail that I'll use as a dip if I can't get fixed otherwise. As I've narrowed my preferred Waterman era down to the 1960s, I suspect my collection will be slow to grow.
An Expert I, medium nib, lovely writer, currently inked with Diamine for Cult Pen's Deep Dark Red.
An Exclusive, also a medium nib, so-so writer (probably need to adjust the nib), inked with Diamine Damson.
A Ligne 60, #3 nib with a hint of flex, my absolute favorite pen, currently inked with a reconstituted Waterman Blue Standard 23 cartridge, because I got a few packs of them on eBay to clear out in case my converter or the cartridge it came with ever fail and I thought I'd see if distilled water would bring the ink back to life before emptying it. (It did. The ink was a little thick before I added the water, but I've been writing heavily with it for about a week now with no problems.)