Thanks for the update! I'll have to get some, then.I tried the "paint pen" this weekend. The instructions insist that the pens are ONLY for defects smaller than a pencil eraser. Yet they require you to sand the area with 600 grit, then prime, then paint. Not exactly sure how you sand something smaller than a pencil eraser. I didn't sand anything.
The tip of the "paint pen" is more like a chisel tipped match stick. It is not a brush. When you push down on the tip to dispense more paint, it comes oozing out of the pen barrel and around the sides of the tip. It may or may not flow down to the tip of the chiseled stick. I ended up dabbing it around on a piece of paper before working on the car.
The paint color was a perfect match. The paint flows a little after you dab it on the car, and it dries quickly.
Overall, the paint pen gives you a neat way to dispense a few drops of paint - and store the tiny amount of paint you get in the pen. Beyond that I would have done better with a little glass bottle of Testor's model airplane paint and a brush - but they don't have the right colors. Dabbing paint into nicks with the hard chisel tip worked only as well as using a toothpick dipped in paint.
I was just about to ask if anyone had experience with touch paint directly from the dealer...the dealer by my house is TERRIBLE...so up to date, so big, even have a movie theater inside....yet the service is terrible and I get hung up on everytime I tried to order a paint pen. Dev's post has swayed me back to the dealer, I'll post results when I don't get hung up on and actually order it.Just an FYI, Paint scratch is overpriced crap. It's lacquer based and it's about the same quality as Duplicolor. If you are going to get touch up paint I would highly recommend the dealer as they have that special DuPont single stage paint your car was painted with. If you have to do a bigger area then you will want chroma based paint and you can find some of the on line retailers that sell it in aerosol forum.
Stay away from Paint Scratch.