Just started using it with Everton - played 4, won 4, scored 10, conceded 4! (Including a home derby match against Liverpool and an away game at Arsenal). Interestingly, I haven't had the settling in period with the new tactic that others have experienced - my team just started playing well immediately - perhaps it was due to the fact that we were already 8 games in to the EPL season and were up near the top of the table so morale and team cohesion are very high. The toughest game was away at Arsenal. Arsenal dominated possession (55%), and chances, but in the end couldn't finish. I did concede 2 goals against them though - both coming from wide play. I think that is the biggest weakness defensively - the fullbacks are left very exposed! The other issue I have is with the DMC, who is acting basically as a 3rd DC when not in possession, so doesn't cover the D-line as well as I would like. I'm going to experiment with pushing him out a bit more and see if it tightens things up a bit.
I'm playing a front 3 of Cahill (left), Yak/Saha (middle), Donovan/Vaughan (right) and they've scored 6 of the goals from open play. The other goals have come from 1 penalty, 1 direct free kick (Baines) and 2 headers form corners (Fellaini attacking the far post).
The biggest revelation to me has come from the play of my 2 central midfielders. Even when I play Osman and Pienaar together (hardly the most physical presences in the centre of the park) they are creating some wonderful football. All in all, a very nice tactic that creates some lovely attacking football!