If you like English-style ales, it's certainly worth a try. Develops nice, mild, but fruity, esters and accentuates the malt nicely. Can add a lot of complexity to a lower gravity ale with a simpler grain bill.
I use it with something like Maris Otter and Golden Promise, and only a touch of specialty malt, with Styrian Goldings late in the boil. Makes for a really interesting sessionable ale.