The animate adapted to the inanimate.
Depends on what we mean by "adapt". Take a look a pair of shoes that you have worn for a long time, and compare then with a pair that another person has worn for a long time. You will notice that some part of the shapes of the shoes have "adapted" differently, according to the wearer.
One remark has been on the iridium tip and how long it would take to change that. But the nib is more that just the tip. It is a piece of metal that is not particularly thick and one may expect it to change to pressure applied consistently at the same level and angle.
Over the years, I have noticed that after extensive writing over a period, my nibs change so that one tine is very slightly higher than the other ... apparently from the way I hold the pen and the pressure I apply. As the results have always suited me, these days the first thing I do with a new pen is raise the left tine ever so slightly. What I imagine would happen with one of these Dreamtouch nibs is that the nibs would get to that state quicker than with a normal nib and without "special effort" on my part.
So, in sum, I am inclined to believe the Visconti line. I am next week getting a pen with such a nib---I came across this thread while looking for a review---so I will soon find out.