Ok, today is day 30 for this one. I decided to cut into it and give it a go. The paste is still very moist, but solid all the way through. There were no openings for additional blue to develop. Not surprising though. The piercings have remained open, and blue has developed along them nicely. The taste is very, very good! My wife gave it a 10 out of 10, and she normally doesn't care for blue cheese (although she thinks she's developing a taste for it as she enjoyed the cheese from which I harvested the mould, and she's enjoyed some blues at work parties recently as well). Anyway, the flavour is a definate blue (especially if you eat the rind). It's not mild, but not too strong or over the top either. There's no bitterness or acidity to the paste, and it spreads very nicely. This is definately worth doing again. Probably my best blue yet! (Ok, I admit it, it's the only blue I've done - at least on purpose!)
p.s. My 4 year old daughter likes this one too! She's developed a very sophisticated palette when it comes to cheese, and now likes most everything I've made. Hmmm, wonder how she's going to do with the washed rind that I'm doing?