My recent attempt at a mild (for Christmas) was this:
6 lb. Munton Fison Pale LME
1/2 lb. 90-L crystal malt (US)
1/4 lb. Cara-Pils malt (US)
1/4 lb. chocolate malt (US)
0.4 oz. 12.2% AAU Chinook hops (60 min)
1 oz. 3.7% AAU Liberty hops (15 min)
The grains were steeped at 155 deg. F. for 17 minutes with about 2 qts. of water. The wort was boiled for 60 minutes. O.G. was 1.039, and I didn't bother with measuring the final gravity. I don't know if this was a true blue Mild, but it was tasty and most definitely, mild. You can drink a big ol' pint of this, and not get all sleepy. I'll brew this again, but I'd like to get a little more "roasty" in the malt flavors. Maybe bumping up the chocolate malt to 1/3 lb. and substituting the Cara-Pils with more crystal ought to do the trick.