Tried one of these a couple night ago. While my FG is very very low, the mouth feel and taste don't seem like it at all. To me it seems like it may be the same as what others describe what WY3711 does for Saisons, it's dry but it creates a fuller mouth feel than you would expect. I also had my wife try it who's not a beer drinker and she agreed that it was crisp but smooth, she just didn't like the "funky" Belgian taste that comes with some Belgian strains. That may not show up if you use a Witbier strain like WY3944 or WLP400.
The chamomile does add a nice floral note to the taste, I don't know that I would pick it out as chamomile if I was tasting it blind but it is there, just a light floral note in the finish.
To me it could use a little more orange zest. I don't pick up much orange and that could be due to my yeast choice. There's definitely citrus there, but more in the form of Belgian esters than orange zest.
Would I make this again as is, yes but I think it falls more towards being a Blonde than a Wit. I am more interested in doing a split batch, using WY3944 for both but add another oz of orange zest to 2.5gal.