I recently tapped a pilsner I made with this malt. I have used a handful of "craft malts" and never really fell in love with any. And I suppose if I was dead set on this beer tasting like a Czech Pilsner, I wouldn't like it, either. But it tastes great and very interesting. Simple pale lager base (90% Pevec, 8% carafoam, 2% acid malt) hopped like an American take on a Czech pilsner (Sterling at 90 mins and 30 mins, Czech Saaz at 0 mins). I Hochkurz decocted it (146/158/168) and fermented with WLP802 (~50F). Lagered at 34F in the keg for 4 months. 1.059 to 1.013, but it tastes much lighter than that.
Wow -- clean, delicate honey flavor, slightly floral aroma. Very very pale color -- I would think it was a 1.040 rice lager from looking at it. Anyway, I wouldn't use this malt for a pilsner, but it is very interesting and very beautiful in its own way. I can only imagine how it would taste in Belgian Blonde Ale or a Weizen. Pretty nice.