Another member of the 3711 fan club. I have also used 3724 a lot, it is good too, and I have never experienced it's slower side. I agree with most of what has been said regarding 3711, but what I like most about it is it's temperature versatility. I love using it in hot months, if you do no have any high-tech temp control, it can kind of go on auto pilot up an slightly over 80f. I have also used it around 65-66f paired with citra and Amarillo to make a slightly spicy version of one my pale ales quickly. 3711 also creates a great smooth mouthfeel even at low gravity.