No, not the Munich. I've gone through 2 sacks of the pilsner and one sack of the 'pale ale' malt... or maybe they just call it 'ale' malt. I would call their pilsner malt "good". It has made numerous good batches of beer but it's probably not any better than say Avangard or Best Malz. I still say Weyermann Barke pils has produced the best pilsner malt-based beers. The ale malt just seemed like regular old 2-row malt to me, nothing special. I also picked up something called SWAEN GOLD HELL which I think is their version of CaraHell. It seems like a good malt as well. Their site would make you believe that they are a serious high-end maltster. I think they're a good maltster but I'll be honest and say I bought it because of the price point at LP.
That's the spot I'm in; the price was too good to pass up, especially since Avangard pils was ~$4-5/sack more, so I figured "WTH" and sprung for the Swaen.
If Swaen ends up being "meh", then I'll go back to Avangard and fork out the extra dough.
I do wish LP would carry Weyermann products; what I find strange is they have a section for Weyermann grains, yet when you click on that link, there's no Weyermann products to display. Weird.