Definitely read the link Jeff posted. I don't wanna sound like I'm bashing Rahr or anything. I'm sure a lot of people (and many pros) use Rahr to make good beer.
That said, I used to buy a lot of Rahr pils malt because it's the least expensive base malt at my LHBS. I've since switched to Weyermann pils and Simpsons Golden Promise for my base malts. The friability is outstanding, they crush well without shredding husks, and I've noticed increased efficiency in my mash and improved flavor in my beer.
There are a lot of different maltsters out there, and some may be better than others, depending on the kind of beer you want to make.
Interesting that you say that...I made a tea out of Weyermann pils malt and thought it was GREAT! I have now made teas out of 7 malts and the Weyermann pils was the best! I have a couple more to go tomorrow. I will let everyone know what I think of the Belgin malts tomorrow.
Kia, you are right; I do mean malt. Still getting used to all the correct terminology.
The acrosprears were all lengths for the Rohr malts. Some long (as long as the kernal) and some very short (no-where near as long as the kernals).
Thanks for the link and great advice!