I can recommend all of them, for specific uses. What do you want to do with it? You mentioned small writing. The 358 is the master at that, but it is super fine and extra difficult to use for those not used to dip pens.
This will take some time to explain... I have always been fascinated by drawing, but I have never been good at it. As I got older I did figure oit why. I have a condition called "Aphantasia". Meaning that I lack the ability to use my mind's eye, at will (I do see things when I dream, and that is the same part of the brain).
This doesn't mean that I can't draw at all. I have done many technical drawings, having worked in paper, wood, metal and electronics industries. It takes some time and patience, and I need a ruler to make it look good. Buy this is wheb I have measurements to use in conjunction with a ruler... Drawing by free-hand, could be good enough to show a thought to a co-worker, but it won't be pretty.
I did stop using all types of pens (rollerball, fineliner, marker etc), except the Pentel P203, 0.3mm mechanical pencil, when I got sick and started reacting to all types of things.
I do however miss having more permanent notes, and the legibility of black ink and it's permanence. I decided that I would like to find one type of ink that my body could tollerate. Fountain pens seemed like a good choice, because it is fairly easy to switch ink.
I wanted a fine nib, not to wet, and not to scratchy. The Platinum 3776 Century, with UEF seemed like a good fit. And it also have a good cap, that helps if you use something like their Carbon ink.
I did see a sample of the Esterbrook 358, and had a change of heart. After all, I can't know for sure that I will find an ink that workd for me and a dip pen, is cheaper for my experiment.
Besides what I have already mentioned, I want to find pen and ink for writing. We are not talking anything fancy. I will try to make my handwriting a little more neat, because even I have troubles trying to read then sometimes... It would be nice, if the nib was flexible enough to be able to make the text a little more varied, if I take my time with it (we are not talking extremes, like Spencerian).
But most of all, I would like to have a single writing and drawing instrument. Because I do know that it is not likely that I will spend the time to get good at writing calligraphy. I will however spend some time, every once in a while, to work on drawing (I need to work on perspective and my shading/cross-hatching).
If I like dip pens, then I have no doubt that I will continue to use them at home. But the goal is to find a solution (writing and drawing in ink) that is possible to use together with a notebook, no matter when or where I am.