I have reviewed the Sakura Pigma Micron several times in the past, and honestly, there is only so much to say about this great pen. But, I just found this photo in my Flickr stream from October of last year, and realized it never got its proper due. Aren't you all just so lucky!
One of the main reasons I have reviewed so many Sakura's is because I love taking notes with this style of pen. The plastic tip leaves such a clean line, and the barrel design works great with my low grip. For hard and fast writers and artists, tip durability could be an issue, but I find the Sakura Pigma Micron to be one of the best pens in this category.
As if all that wasn't good enough, you also get the benefit of one of the premier options for archival quality ink. The Pigma Micron web page has all of the technical specifications one would need to feel secure in choosing this pen for their next archival project.
This 01 (0.25mm) blue model is a little thin for me to use as an every day writer. The 03 (0.35mm) is my go to pen, preferably in black ink, but the orange ink is an excellent choice as well.
JetPens carries the Sakura Pigma Micron Drawing Pens in tip sizes ranging from 0.2mm to 0.5mm, and in a wide variety of colors. Be sure to check them out if you are looking to add something different to your writing arsenal.