I'm one of those people who really enjoys the tactile stimulation of writing. When I'm in class, I'll often doodle if there's nothing to be written down because I simply love the soft scratching of pen upon paper(I'm a legal pad fan, myself). I've used a variety of pens in my lifetime: ballpoints, gels, you name it. This past summer, I had the opportunity to enjoy a fountain pen, and my only regret now is that I have no more ink for it. My point is that I'm a man who both loves his pens and who has "played the field", so to speak. When I first considered trying the Uniball Vision Micro, it was a move born of desperation. I had a test in five minutes and no useable writing utensils, so I decided to bite the bullet and buy the pen.
I can't quite say if I regret the decision or not--it's certainly a fine pen. The flow is great, and the ink precision ranks rather well, compared to ballpoints. The pen's downfall is it's lack of comfort. The pen's lightness leads to excellent handling, but the light weight is due to the fact that their is almost no cushioning whatsoever. Overall, I'd say that it's worth the buy if youre looking for a new pen, but certainly not worth going out of your way to purchase.