I have been playing around with WLP 001, WLP 051, WLP 810 and WLP 060 in my brewery. Doing split wort trials of my IPA (1.064, 70 IBU) with these 4 yeasts : the three pure strain yeasts(WLP001,WLP051 and WLP810),and the blend (WLP060) with all other variables controlled as well as possible ( wort, ferment temp, pitch rate, oxygenation, fermenter type) I and everyone who has tasted the beers produced by the three yeasts prefer the WLP 060. Something about the harmony of the three yeasts, the hops shine, there is a a good amount of maltiness and the crisp lager character just make the beer shine. The order of preference has been: 1-WLP060, 2-WLP051, 3-WLP001 and 4-WLP810. One potential drawback to this blend is that overtime the ratio of the 3 strains will likely change due to individual reproductive characteristics of each strain, so its probably not a great house yeast. Highly recommended for an excellent westcoast style IPA.