Pigma Micron makes iteffortlessto write small, legible characters and consistent underlines. The chemical properties of pigment ink allow it to dry on the surface of the paper as opposed to soaking into the paper. That, combined with the fine nib sizes, minimizes how much your writing, highlighting/underlining is visible on the other side of the page. Those are the two biggest wins when writing on very thin Bible paper. Oh, and the ability to write legibly in very tight margins.
Minimal bleed-throughon thin paper (i.e. those used in Bibles)
Extremely fine nib/tip sizes(lets you write small while still being readable)
Waterproof(accidental water spills anyone?)
Quick drying(great for left-handed people)
Fade-resistant(you’ll still be able to read it 25 years from now)
Being able to underline without ink skipping brings a smile to my face, and I am confident it will bring a smile to yours!