I am considering buying a Parker Super 21 from Peyton Street Pens. Having never used a vintage Parker, I have a bunch of questions: I am curious how their nib sizes compare with other fountain pens. Are their mediums on par with modern Western medium nibs? Are the nibs bouncy or nails? Also, can anyone tell me what the ink flow is like? I plan to be using it as a daily writer on cheap copy paper and don't desire too much bleeding and feathering. Does anyone know the (ml) ink capacity on these things? I'm hoping to write pretty extensively with it without having to fill it too often.
And lastly, is it better to pick one up now or wait and save up for a Parker 51? I've heard 51s are terrific but I'm looking for a pen that can survive extensive daily use without having to be too precious with it.
Thanks in advance!