Hey BMURDA - saw your post after doing a search. I made the regular MW steam ale and it was great. With my wine cooler fermentation chamber, I'm equipped to make ales but never lagers. So brewing a hybrid is (for now) the closest I can get.
The fermentation lasted a much longer time with lager yeast vs ale. I was able to get my fermentation chamber down to high 50s / low 60s so I think that helped it ferment all the way out. Don't know off the top of my head what the FG was but I hit the recipe numbers.
Ended with a very crisp and quaffable beer. It was so good that I ordered the Honey Steam out of curiosity - brewing that soon so I'll let you know :-). I've been reading that the honey shouldn't be more than 10% of the fermentable sugar to avoid a hooch taste, but with Midwest the ratio is 3lbs honey to 6lbs malt. So ... we'll see!