My tastings got interrupted by a summer vacation, so I'm just now getting back into the swing. I haven't been keeping as close track of my temps or infusions--generally I'm starting around the 205-195F mark for the first infusion, backing off a little for the 2-3 infusions, and bringing it back up again for the remainder.
I have finished off my Cui Lan sample--a lovely green oolong, with a very nice perfume. The broth wasn't quite as heady/thick as some of the other samples, but still had a fair amount of staying power, both on the tongue and over multiple infusions. A very easy tea to brew--I really had to abuse it before it turned bitter on me.
I've also just started my Fushoushan sample, and so far I'm really impressed. It's a really nice tea--it reminds me a bit of Alisan, with a lot of subtle notes, and a nice mouthfeel. I'll try to write up more thoughts as I finish the sample and can pay more attention to exactly what I'm doing.