He was. And a gentleman to boot. Opened doors, paid for drinks, was very attentive, such a lovely guy. So very very nice.
This guy could give lessons on first dates.
However, I believe that once you start describing someone as 'nice', there is a problem. If 'nice' is the best descriptor you can come up with, then you have to ask yourself if there is a date #2 on the horizon. If the answer is 'yes', then it better be a damn sight better than 'nice'.
It came to a point, somewhere around this date, where I decided that I was going to pack the whole internet dating thing in. The effort required, and the time it was taking up, was just not worth the dating experience... I'm sure half these people would say the same thing about me!