I have one more to add for tonight. This beer was brewed with Sterling. It was 7.1% AA from Hop Heaven, 2012 crop. The raw pellets had an interesting aroma. They were herbal and earthy, but I definitely picked up a cocoa note and a faint hint of cherries as well.
The nose has a lemony-citrus note up front. There is also some sweet spice and some fresh cut hay.
On the palate, Sterling's noble heritage finally starts to show. The characteristic herbal/floral noble hop flavor is much more prominant on the flavor side of things. There's also a nice, spicy white pepper note. There are undertones of fruity/lemonade notes as well, but it is restrained and not that juicy/grapefruit C-hop type citrus. There is a touch of resin that lingers as well. Bitterness isn't quite as neutral as something like Magnum, but it's still pretty smooth.
I think Sterling has a lot to offer from a hop versatility standpoint. It will fit in well as a flavor addition in a lager or as an aroma addition in an American Wheat, especially at lower hopping rates. It should also be really good in a Saison, given its nice citrus/spicy combo. It may be a bit of a stretch, but I think I'd also like Sterling in an IPA. I like to add some noble-type hops for complexity to IPA's on occasion, and Sterling seems like it would hold its own even in a highly-hopped beer.
I still have tasting notes to come for Meridian, Mosaic, El Dorado and Summer. Even though I've tasted them all, they weren't fully carbonated yet. Between the residual priming sugar sweetness and the lack of carbonation I don't think I have an accurate picture of any of them yet. I'll check back on them in a few days and keep this thread updated as I go.