A True Classic
It's easy to see why Lamy has kept the 2000 around for so many years--it just works. The medium nib is a bit wet (at least with Lamy Amazonite ink), but it has given me no issues with its supposed "sweet spot" on Rhodia or Mnemosyne paper. The 2000 is nothing flashy to look at, but I find its clean, unadorned lines quite appealing. Anderson Pens was a pleasure to deal with, and I recommend them and the Lamy 2000 fountain pen.