For this pen in particular, unlike another one by Uni-ball that I have mentioned before (that being the Vision Elite™ - oh, and can't help but to love that ever-so-mighty trademark symbol), you'll actually have to put some however standard "force" into your writing if you actually want to see ink on the paper. In other words, with the Vision Elite, even with the lightest touch from the pen with the lightest grip in the world, you'd still see ink being "generated" onto the paper, but with the Impact on the other hand, that is not the case.
The pen itself, in terms of appearance, does indeed look good and attractive to the individual, and that comes with the benefit of a comfortable grip whenever one happens to be writing, so no worries there. But other than that, what I liked about this pen (even though I'm more for the gel types and ones with high levels of smoothness) was its boldness - and this happens to be a good "feature" of the pen especially since it is less likely that one would have trouble reading between the lines, given that the ink comes off as rather "strong".
I tried one of these in black, and overall, I happened to like it, but as I have already mentioned, I'm a regular gel, smooth-pen like 'user'!