Does it matter if their yeast strain is Saazer or Frohberg if it matches the flavor profile they're looking for? I've read that WLP was considered a czech/saazer strain, until DNA evidence showed otherwise.
They have some awesome blog posts (Escarpment). Richards post on pitching rate is the most accessible document I've seen on the subject (Please prove me wrong, I can only learn).
I've been blown out of the water by the smoked malt I've gotten from Sugar Creek Malt, but man Live Oak looks incredible to visit. I'll take a pass on the german beers, but I'll take a smoked beer and 9 holes.