Prima Pils is yummy but way too big for style. Dang Americans need to settle the heck down with the hops, dere, eh?
I disagree, what has brought the American brew industry back is its willingness to be bold. Our micro brewery's have been willing to take chances push the envelope whether its maltier, choppier, or just different adjuncts the envelope should always be pushed.
Oh, I don't know...while Americans have proven nby and large that they can do almost anything, they also manage to overdo almost everything (often with an healthy dose of arrogance). Pushing the envelope on occasion is fine, but tradition is just as fine (and sometimes, preferable).
But...getting back on the topic of Pils...for me Urquell in cans or on draft (and probably their new brown bottles too, which I've yet to come across) is still my favorite, even with the changes made in recent years to the brewing process.