Yes, the nozzles from the 100 and 200 are interchangeable, as I removed both, and then threaded the 200 nozzle onto the 100 body - I did not however try the brush this way, but have no doubt it would work. Hmmm, comparing the 200 to a Micron... They are different. The best way for me to describe the 200 is that it is soft. I think because the air is so restricted through the brush body, and head pieces. In use, the brush is very quiet compared to others - even when operating at the same, or higher air pressure set at the tank regulator. Paint initiation is very easy, although paint consistency is very important vs. some other brushes. Detail and fine line work is natural with the brush, as atomization is very nice. Not quite a Micron, though - If it were an Iwata, I would say the 200 is like a super-tuned HP+ brush, and would fit between the Highline, and Micron in the food chain.