I agree as long as you like a hard nib. If you like softer nibs Pilot is better then Platinum and Sailor.
My Pilot Custom Heritage 91 with a soft fine nib is a fantastic writer with just a bit of spring due to the soft gold - I found it for about $80 from Japan a year ago, it may be more now. Its in a dead tie against my Lamy 2000 for my favorite pen for completely different reasons.
I love the Pilot Custom 91 because of how it writes. The SF nib has just enough feedback and spring to give me a lot of control and flair in my writing, and brings out the shading in some inks as a result. Its just plain fun to write with and always writes immediately! My only regret is not trying the nib in the larger (and more expensive) Custom 912 body since I suspect it would be more comfortable for long writing sessions. This pen makes me want a 912 or 823 badly.
I love my Lamy 2K (EF nib) for the design, aesthetics, and every-day usability with the Makrolon, snap cap, and hooded nib. It wont dry out if I hold it uncapped while thinking or reading, which makes it a fantastic journaling pen or note taker, and is inconspicuous enough to not draw attention. I only wish it wrote a bit finer, since I have small handwriting and mainly use black or dark blue ink in it.
CH 91 - inked with Iroshizuku Tsuki-To
L2K - inked with Noodlers Blue-Black
Hope that helps!
Edited by AK-47, 08 May 2018 - 10:14.
Whenever you are fed up with life, start writing: ink is the great cure for all human ills, as I found out long ago.
Edison Menlo <m italic>, Lamy 2000 <EF>, Wing Sung 601 <F>
Pilot VP <F>, Pilot Metropolitan <F>, Pilot Penmanship <EF>