I too love this color! It is very similar to the uni-ball UM-151 Pink (which
looks a little orange-y and is fluorescent). This one is a bright peachy pink
without going as far as being fluorescent. It is different from Coral pink,
which a little more rose-y than the Camellia pink.
The pure pink color is a pink with a touch of blue so it looks like a pink with
a tinge of purple, noticeably different from pink (fluorescent w/ touch of
orange). Baby pink is more of a bright strong pink, not at all pale or light.
The pen itself I love. For writing quickly and smoothly for an extended time
period, I prefer the .38. The .28 is good for smaller writing and is actually
preferred for margin writing on coated textbook paper or underlining texts.
I prefer Signo UM-151 pen for continuos writing due to the comfort grip and
sturdier conical tip when I apply more pressure compared to .4 Hi-tec-C pen.
H-tec-C 's with grip are better for smaller yet clear and precise writing when
calm. I also keep the non-grip .4 hi-tec-c pens in my stash for the unique
colors that aren't available in the signo.