I've made roughly 14 batches since May using CMC malt as my base. In my opinion it is the perfect base malt. It provides a very neutral background for you to modify with specialty malts.
If you would care to, it would make a very light, clear pale ale or lager.
Here is a shot of a blonde ale I made with the CMC malt.
That was made with 95% CMC malt and 5% Melanoiden malt.
I have mostly made American Pale Ales and IPAs with it. I have ventured far enough outside that standard to have made a couple of brown ales and even a Cherry Wheat.
Risk came by this evening to pick up his 200 lbs. He had no problem with getting whole kernel instead of milled. I have offered the use of my motorized two roller mill whenever he wants to brew. He also seemed to enjoy the Autumn Ale I made with the CMC malt. This was an Octoberfest style made with Nottingham yeast.
I am currently enjoying a Two-Hearted Ale clone made with the CMC malt.
I look forward to everyone else's thoughts as they brew with this malt.