This is me. I developed my printing into a more rounded style at the end of elementary school and started connecting letters and drawing loops on descenders (i.e., writing letters like "g" and "y" cursive-style) in probably the middle of high school, and I've pretty much been printing legibly since. I've yet to meet someone who can't read my printing; cursive, on the other hand, I've had a few people unable to read. I of course think this is more a problem with the lack of recognition cursive writing gets rather than a problem with my writing, which is pretty standard. But fountain pens make cursive feel good. I feel like there's less white space so the shading is nicer too. Iroshizuku Syo-ro - siiiigh. So beautiful. I was looking at inks yesterday and that was the ONE Iroshizuku ink I felt like I needed to try very soon. I kind of like Kiri-same, and looking back at it, Tsukushi has some appeal, but neither match Syo-ro in pushing my buttons. I swear I will post a picture soon - only three pens inked right now, but I am Loving (capital L) my blue-green Lamy Al-Star with EF nib and Diamine Sepia.