Came across this on another site. Anyone try it? In a nutshell: boil water as you normally would BUT only add a pound or two of your malt. Add hops as usual. After about 30 minutes or so, knock out flame and add the rest of your malt and let steep in at least 160 degree water for 15 minutes, add finishing hops at this time. Kind of makes sense because the extract has already been boiled down by the manufacturer, and its suppose to make lighter colored brews. That leads to grain steeping, steep in 3 gallons of water or 3 quarts of water per pound of grain bill? I figured the more water, the better the absorbing properties, but perhaps I'm off base here.