When making wheat beer, I usually mill the wheat twice. Once by itself and then mixed in with the barley. That usually helps with my efficiency.
I'm a bit disappointed that there are so many Redback threads on AHB, and yet not one is anywhere near definitive. ** Most have no follow-up, so we never find out how the beer tasted. Assume that it was crap and brewer is ashamed/CBF to report results.
Also disappointing is that people seem to be only "making this for the missus". Can people not take ownership to liking the beer I used to like it when it was a new style to the market? Even up to about 10 years ago was OK, but recently the freshness is not there, and soapy dishwater is the main character I get.
Guess I'll have to devote some time this year to this beer (in between trying to recreate earlier successes with the Schneider Weisse clone, which has been well-received in the recipes section) and knowing that I cannot rely on any direct feedback from Matilda Bay (based on experience).
Let the challenge begin!