I currently own a Lamy 2000 EF and it is a very smooth and wet writer. However I am still wondering if I should get myself a B or a F (or both!).
The reason is that the EF still writes more like a Japanese medium but I get the feeling that the F will be even smoother. I am also attracted by the stub-like behaviour of the B nib and that will really bring out the wetness and shading possibilities but I would much prefer a nib that doesn't go beyond 0.8mm.
Has anyone had a B Lamy 2000 custom ground to a stub or CI? Does anyone have any thoughts or suggestions on the above? Thanks!
Edited by inkpenguin, 27 December 2010 - 05:59.