I'm such a sucker for demonstrators. There's just something about being able to see inside the pen, especially if it has an unusual filling system. This Lamy Safari doesn't - it's just a regular piston converter, although I've filled it with the included cartridge here - but it's just a cool version of a good, solid, and relatively inexpensive pen (it was $44).
It's an extra-fine, which surprised me, although it shouldn't; the German pen companies tend to make their nibs large, and this extra-fine writes like a fine point from many other pen makers (save for the Japanese, of course). A nice workhorse for everyday use.