I had it at Thanksgiving. Have you ever had a cheap, chopped and formed, turkey "loaf"? That's exactly what it reminded me of. It did taste just like turkey, just not like good turkey. I tend to stay away from things that "taste" like meat. The texture was thick, sliced easily, smooth as opposed to grainy. You would definitly want gravy as it is dry. I'd never want it again, but it was interesting to try. I got it on sale, of course!
Many people here seem to like it. I've never had field roast (seitan?) and hated Tofurkey deli slices.
Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good