Pros: High in fiber, not too sweet, good and crunchy, organic, made with whole grains
Okay, in full disclosure, I've only tried one of the Nature's Path Optimum cereals -- it was the Power Breakfast kind. And while I didn't eat it for breakfast (in fact, I ate it straight from the bag at 6:15PM), I sure feel powerful!
In all seriousness, I was feeling a bit peckish so I pulled a sample pack of this cereal down from the cupboard. It's quite tasty for snacking. I'm not usually a sweet cereal fan, but this one wasn't too overdone on that front (although I'm not sure I'd be so keen to eat it with milk...but that's just me not liking cereal turning my milk all sweet-like). Texture-wise, I like that this cereal has a nice mix of flakes, puff things, crunchy bits, and freeze-dried blueberries. It keeps it interesting.
Nutrition-wise, it's pretty solid. Of course, it's certified organic, but it's also high in fiber (7g per serving), low in fat (2.5g per serving), and made with whole grains.
I can't say I'm totally floored or that my socks are 100% rocked...but I like it. And I'd certainly pick up a box.