I bought a Stipula Passaporto in 2011, when we had the Stipula FPN LE's for sale, but this is my first Etruria. It won't be my last. I know that already, so don't tell me!
In fact, I have already purchased another, the Brown woodgrain-like "Tuscany Dreams." It is currently visiting YAFA and awaiting arrival of the 14 Kt 1.1 mm italic/stub nib I am having traded in for the round nib that came on it.
The Etruria Casa Mila has been reviewed by others. I am posting mostly to announce my joining the Etruria fan club. This pen is a beauty. Note the translucency in the cap, visible especially in the third photo. I find the weight, balance and size perfect for my hand. The nib is very smooth-writing with juicy ink flow. I write mostly in italic script, but I do keep a few pens with round nibs. This nib is so nice, I think I will keep it.
I might have to order another with an italic nib, of course.