Depends on what you're going to do with it. If you think it's a substitute for continental Vienna malt, then I think you'll be as sorry as you were with your Munich experiment. If you're looking for something with a little more flavor than domestic base malt, then it can give you some extra flavor. But it doesn't really taste anything like something made by a German maltster. If you're making a German style beer, you need German malts for the right malt flavor. Pils, Munich, Vienna, etc. OK, you can get by with Belgian malts, but US or UK malts don't have the right flavor.