It's more difficult without pictures as I don't know which ones have GP bands on their grips or which ones have metal grips.
However, I wouldn't want a Milord, or any with a metal grip, or the C/C filler. If I then had to choose I would send back any with the GP band near to the nib as I think I would rub and wear that when I was writing.
On the other hand if you don't want your numbers 1,2,3 or 5 please let me know.
Since the said pens are still sealed, I will have to resort to links to the pictures on Omas site instead (below). The Paragon Ht has the metal section, the LE has GP near the nib, not so near that one would clasp it when writing, of course that depends on how far away one holds the grip from the nib. you don't seem to like the milords much.... so would you have shipped every thing back ?
#1, #2 #3 Paragon - Art Deco LE - http://www.omas.com/...ition-o09a0117/
#4 Milord Dark Ebony Wood - Arte Italiana - http://www.omas.com/...-wood-o02a0072/
#5 Paragon - Arte Italiana - Piston fill - HT trim - http://www.omas.com/...ragon-o02a0043/
#6 Milord - Bordeaux - C/C fill - Ruthenium Trim - http://www.omas.com/...ilord-o02a0077/
#1,#2,#3 The Art Deco LE is very light and the guilloche is so nice to touch; combined with its piston fill mechanism, I guess it would be ideal for long writing sessions... must have
#4 The Madagascar’s Bois de Rose Noir wood is gorgeous, sensuous deep red-violet-brown, which I am sure is hard, nigh impossible to capture with a camera. I have handled the other two wood variations in this line (Olive & Rose Ebony wood ) and they are less tactile ie., they are smooth to touch whereas this one is highly textured and offers that brilliant tactile feeling (Mine is still in its sealed sleeve , but I did have an opportunity to feel another sample in the shop) . must have
#5 Paragon EF : Love the size, the smoothest EF nib that I have laid mi grubby mitts on, to date (although it writes like a Japanese Medium). 1.8ml piston fill ! This beats my fav platinum #3776 'M' hollow, in nib smoothness and has a nice spring to boot.... must have
#6 Milord Bordeaux - RT : The pics on the internet doesn't do justice to this colour, combined with the Ruthenium trim this is seriously an understated, potential no-nonsense work-horse EDC
as you see, I just ran out of pens to send back