I wanted something with a touch more character than 001/1056. I thought this might work. Instead, it's a rather finicky thing. The yeast produces a full bodied, slightly sweet beer that clears nice. It has a low to moderate fruitiness. It's not as fruity as an English strain, but much less neutral than the typical American strains.
While I like the flavor, it is a rather tempermental yeast. Many of the stains White Labs sells work well outside their temperature range. This is not one of them. It basically ceases to ferment if the temp drops much below 64F. Above 72F it gets a bit estery.
The attenuation for me was around 71% in a 1.060 beer.
I think you can find a less tempermental yeast in 001. I don't know that the flavor is different enough to make it worthwhile.