I got hooked on this after a friend here on ATP gave me a bloom from her garden. Personally, her bloom convinced me that this was a better near-white for my garden than Margo Reed Indeed was (personal preference, of course), so I picked up Heavenly Angel Ice (HAI) at a local nursery.
It (re)bloomed soon after I purchased it in the late season, making it the latest (re)blooming daylily in my garden last year, I believe. Sadly, frost killed the last couple of blooms and the one or two developing seedpods that were on it. The first (re)blooms I had on it bloomed on 9/23/15 and went until 10/11/15, when it finally surrendered to the frost.
It had 4- or 5-way branching, but I don't recall the budcount.
It seems to be an easy pod and pollen parent.
HAI seems to have more peach undertones than the yellow-green undertones of Margo Reed Indeed.
Edited to add: has thicker scapes than MRI (if you like tall, delicately swaying flowers, MRI might be more for you). Also has a little better substance to the petals than a lot of other UFO dips; thicker than MRI, Starman's Quest, etc.