I had this plant until last year, when I finally got rid of it. The straw that broke the camel's back here was that it finally got rust (some 10 years after rust first visited my garden), but I had been thinking about punting it before then.
The reasons? No rebloom (I will grant that it got a fair amount of shade, so that was at least part of the problem), and shorter scapes than I like. The blooms presented themselves above the foliage, but not by much. I have grown to want my daylily scapes much taller (at least for "large" flowered daylilies). Oh, and yes, the foliage was just a bit spiky.
As for the blooms themselves, the color seemed to vary depending on the time of day, sun versus shade, and maybe even from day to day.
I am not sure that I would call it pink... maybe a peachy pink. When I first got it, I thought the color was fairly clear, but I have since seen clearer colors, so who knows. For its time, it was probably "ruffled" and maybe (or maybe it was just my imagination) it had a hint (just a hint) of a wire edge, but since then... more ruffles, bigger edges.
Bottom line, if you don't have to worry about rust, if you can give it full sun, and if you like short daylilies, then this might be a good daylily for you.
Some old images from my garden: