Well.... my first all-grain was a very, very tasty hefe pilfered from midwest supplies' website.
It's easy and it's super smooth and tasty.
5lbs of 2 row, 4lbs of american wheat, 8oz of carapils (they say for head retention), 1oz of tettnang(sp?) hops, and Danstar Munich dry yeast.
I just "rebrewed" that same recipe yesterday as it's been a few months since I drank the uber smooth hefe goodness.
I've jumped up to stirplates and liquid yeast, so yesterday's brew got innoculated with white labs #300 hefeweizen yeast. Gosh, it's aggressively fermenting today!
If you use this, dump the hops in at the first sign of a boil bubble during the boil.
Again, this recipe is very easy and tastes marvelous. Welcome to the madness!