That's the one I have and it's sitting unused in a drawer. It comes completely unseasoned, but even after seasoning it I have to heavily butter/oil it w/ each use, which leads to thin fried crispy waffle goodness. That's why it's in a drawer--I like soft fluffy waffles for breakfast. The waffles the cast iron makes remind me of something I might get at the State Fair. Seriously, the waffles it makes aren't like a waffle you may be used to eating, unless you're thinking "waffle cone".
I'm beginning to think that non-stick is the only way to get fluffy waffles - if that's what you're after. I think even the aluminum waffle makers of yesteryear were very thin, not fluffy or belgian. ? Not that I would use aluminum, either... just saying.
I don't think my dc would care if the waffles were flat or fluffy.... they're that desperate!
I think we should all petition lodge to make a preseasoned, cast iron, waffle maker... electric or stovetop, flat or fluffy - makes no difference/I'm not picky!