Pros: The only organic rice cakes I've seen, healthy
Cons: Crumbly, too much or too little salt
We've tried a few varieties- the wild rice, the brown rice salt free, and the brown rice lightly salted rice cakes. From memory, the wild rice tastes quite similar to the brown rice lightly salted. I find the lightly salted to be too salty (at least, they are if you eat them plain), and the salt free to be almost tasteless (again, when you eat them plain). My recommendation is to get the salt free rice cakes, and don't be shy when you slather on some peanut butter or almond butter.
Be forewarned, they are also a bit crumbly, so we tend to eat them in the privacy of our own home. On occasion, I have ventured out with my rice cakes, and have been caught walking down the street, trying to eat my rice cake sandwich (2 rice cakes with almond butter in the middle=doubly crumbly), and leaving a trail behind like I'm tagging along with Hansel and Gretel.
Also- watch the labels! Some of the Lundberg rice cakes are organic, and some are "eco-farmed", same as their bags of rice.