I have very high expectations for 'Scottish Fantasy'. I purchased this plant from G.H. Wild and planted it along with Irish Envy: Both of these plants are not listed as being rust resistant, and I planted them along with four or five rust resistant daylily varieties. Sure enough both of these two "not listed as rust resistant" plants later in the year became infected with rust. But, the rust was not overly distractive on either plant. A few of the rust resistant plants also showed signs of rust, but to a lesser degree.
'Scottish Fantasy' became the strongest looking plant in that group, it was planted on March 19 2015 and had its first bloom on May 19 2015. Very pretty, clear, bright and sizeable blooms on a very attractive plant. The plant continued to grow, and later in the season I moved both 'Scottish Fantasy' and 'Irish Envy' into a different bed in order to add new rust resistant varieties and keep that bed reserved for only rust resistant plants.
The move did not seem to stunt the impressive growth rate of 'Scottish Fantasy' and the rust has been handled by the plant really well, and it became less obvious on the plant and did not continue to progress in severity.
I was very impressed with the performance of this plant in it's first season in my garden and it showed signs of being a bud builder as well. So I will have high expectations next spring for this plant to be an outstanding performer with lots of blooms and a long blooming period.