I suspect that I am in a very small minority of people who write almost exclusively with a fountain pen. Certain paper and card means I sometimes have to use a ballpoint pen but, given the choice, I will always choose a fountain pen.
I use either a Conway Stewart fountain pen (my good pen) or a Lamy fountain pen (my everyday pen). Unfortunately, Conway Stewart went out of business some time ago, however, Bespoke British Pens bought what stock existed and still make, in effect, Conway Stewart pens. I bought my Lamy fountain pen from a shop near where I worked in London many, many years ago. I bought my Conway Stewart more recently from Andy's Pens (http://www.andys-pens.co.uk/) who stock a range suitable for nearly every budget.
With a fountain pen I can I watch the ink glisten on the paper before drying. I consider writing with a fountain pen is writing with a soul; I find writing with a ballpoint soulless.
As I have mentioned on this forum before, I was once told, "There are two things in life you do not lend: your fountain pen and your wife. In that order."
I get VERY excited about Fountain Pens!
I have five of them and they all have different size nibs. I never write anything important, (like a card or a letter or a poem or a journal) with a ballpoint pen as I feel they are soulless too! I write with a fountain pen as often as I can (often even my shopping list too,) and I have different coloured inks: purple, green and turquoise.
I strongly suspect I have a stationery fetish too.
It is good to know that you also think ballpoint pens are soulless. If I tell anyone that in person I am met with a shake of the head.
I do not use different coloured inks as my writing style is better suited to blue (I cannot recall the shade I am currently using and it is not on the bottle) and I do not like ging through the process of flushing out pens before changing colours.