Lamy Safaris and Al-Stars are fine. Good intro pens.
Not the best value at retail prices, though. Same goes for the entire Lamy line-up.
Collectors will collect what they'll collect. For some reason Lamy is quite popular with completionists.
Lamy don't really offer high-end pens, other than so-called "limited editions" of the Lamy 2000 and the Lamy Imporium. There's also the retractable Dialog 3.
Nice pens, but don't exactly make you swoon.
There's really only one Lamy that stands head and shoulders above the others (not just other Lamys) and that's the standard Lamy 2000, the black Makrolon version.