This one is my second attempt at a strawberry blonde and it turned out amazingly well. I used a very light hop, 1 oz of Willamette, only for bittering, no aroma or flavor. I agree with maxhavoc. It's gonna take about 1.5 lb/gal and up. I used 1.75. The other thing I did differently, and got amazing results, was buying fresh strawberries and then pureeing them followed by throwing them in the freezer. When I was ready to put them into secondary I thawed the puree and racked on top. The beer sat on them for about 2 weeks. The result was a lightly pink colored blonde ale with an amazing aroma. Oh, and also because strawberries can be very tart or bitter, when I added the strawberries I also added about 1/2 to 1 cup of lactose boiled in about 1.5 cups of water to mellow out the tart taste. I'll try to get a pic up when I get home from work but the result was pretty amazing.
The nice thing about using the puree is you don't have to sanitize the strawberries; at least that is what I was told. The source for that info is Brewing Classic Styles under the fruit beer chapter.
Overall, I'm pretty amazed by the results. The beginning is a rush of strawberries followed by a nice mellow tart at the finish. So far it has received good reviews from beer drinkers and non beer drinkers alike. Hope this helps!