Just used it for the first time in years myself. I fermented at 68 and got quite a bit of fruity "ale" flavors... more akin to the English Ales I have been brewing. There may even be a tiny hint of clove to it (notice it in one or two burps, but not in the flavor while drinking). I am not sure if that was due to temperature or if there is more than just S-05 strain lurking. (I am using in a new keg system and chose a neutral beer to show any flaws in sanitation or cleaning out the soda residue I may have)
WIth that in mind, if you would like a more subdued ale, I would go colder than 68 for sure. If you want more fruit flavors, do not go above 68!