If you can get your temp up to pale ale ferm temps (I start my chico-strain ferments at 63-65), subbing galaxy for cascade in a SNPA cone gives a great, hoppy, clean beer. I used a pinch of magnum for bittering, then an oz at 10 mins and an oz at flame out, with no dry hop and the citrusy fruit shines through wonderfully. Of course, an extra couple of ounces as dry hop wouldn't have hurt, but opted to keep it more accessible for the lay-people.
Great hop though.
Gotta get the beer ready for hockey season. And it's ALWAYS hockey season.