I've grown Free Wheelin' for about six years, and it is an impressive flower and plant. Even small divisions will throw large blooms, and they tend to open well and symmetrically, a trait which can be rare in my cooler, less humid climate. On an established plant, it's one of the biggest attention-getters the garden, making it one of my favorites to share as someone's "first daylily". With adequate culture, it multiplies well, and is vigorous enough to show off in a 5 gallon nursery can, although the branching and bud-count won't match the hybridizer's description.
I have seen a bit of rust on it, but since the climate is dry here, it doesn't get that serious, and it's not affected every year.
As a breeder, the pollen works well, but pods are few and precious, despite my pod-friendly climate.