Daily writer inks should be a good match to the pen/s used, perform well on papers that one has to deal with, and be sufficiently robust to be readable if exposed to the risk of potable liquids. For the most part the colour should range from Blue thru Blue-Black and perhaps Black.
My office daily writer ink for many years remains Parker Quink Blue-Black with SOLV-X. The current PQBlBk is not a best choice for a daily writer ink.
Sheaffer Blue-Black is an under estimated ink.
While I do not use Black FP inks, Noodler's Black is well regarded.
Pelikan Blue-Black is one of my favourite daily writer inks.
Montblanc Royal Blue remains on the top shelf.
Pilot Blue and Blue-Black are solid picks. They can be sourced in large bottles at reasonable cost from Vendors in Japan.
If one encounters truly nasty paper, then the iron-gall inks should be considered. They do require a bit more pen maintenance - a thorough flush every month or so - but that is very dependent on use/pen handling. R&K Salix and the more intriguing Ecclesiastic Stationery Supplies Registrars Ink are worthy of a look.
For a more convivial ink, consider Pelikan Edelstein Topaz
I've posted Ink Reviews of those inks, other than SSBlBk, in the Ink Review Forum, so that may give you a more on-the-level basis for comparison than random IRs, though those most certainly should not be ignored.
Hope that you sail with the wind on your inky adventure.
Edited by Sandy1, 05 October 2015 - 19:40.