I haven't grown that one, looks good on the chart.
I've used their 1.6 - 2.0 conventional beans and they preformed well in my ground.
Last year when I got some late June flooding, got a Pioneer version - a friend got enough bags for 3 of us - that was a super short season bean. Sure grew different than a regular bean around here, very bushy and a tan color when the plant dried down. And it did dry down fast. Didn't like my high ph soil so well tho. I need a very defensive bean for most of my ground, wet clay, high ph, iron chlorosis, peat in some areas. Not that any of this helps you....