Posted this on some older topics, but no responses.
I don't have great handwriting, and write cursive. Have been writing with round, smooth, wet nibs mostly.
When I started using a (0.6 mm JoWo #6) stub on a weighty (Nemosine Fission) pen, noticed my handwriting is much better. In particular, the slant of my lettering is more consistent. I will try a controlled experiment with the same pen and round nib, but my thesis is that the stub is forcing my hand to write at a more consistent angle. Others have expressed writing better with stubs too, perhaps for the same reason.
Does the reasoning follow your experiences, or some other reason I am missing? Certainly, some feedback, as I get with other or finer pens helps to improve the waywardness of my letters, but this stub is very smooth and wet.
I am thinking of getting my new Pelikan M805 Fine ground to Cursive Italic - will it give me the same type of benefit?