Well, Ink Jet will absorb ink fast.
I don't own nor plan to ever own Ink Jet paper.
But in all things of width of a fountain pen nib, hand grenades or horse shoes is as close as you can get.
Do not let your self get AR about it....sooner than later you will have pens from other makers and other eras and everything you have down pat with one brand or even one era, goes out the window.
Real Skinny, sort of skinny, sort of medium, sort of wide, wide and real Wide. Your personal version may shift one size left or right, depending if you started out with narrow for size Japanese or wider than Japanese Western.
IMO after 10-15 pens that matters less and less the more pens you have because there is no world wide standard; and with a company's standard there is slop/tolerance.
As long as it writes well and you can live with some one's M writes like some one else's F, you are good to go and need less ulcer medicine.
In two generations when robots totally make the nib, you can worry about nib width....you'd just have to stay away from 'today's vintage', '90-80' Semi-vintage and real vintage.
So the problem will always be with us.....you can send all your vintage nibs off to a robot nib meister to be made Pilot wide.
One ink, one paper, one pen, and one pressure...The robot will write it for you. If you find someone going in that direction, the letter could even be hand delivered.
Edited by Bo Bo Olson, 10 December 2014 - 19:01.