I had an Olex daughter and have seen some other daughters, sons. Extreme drives in the dogs I saw. That drive was in obedience & in protection. The female I had could be almost exhausting to work, needed to stay a step ahead of her because she was always on the edge of losing control with her-she wanted to work, work..would overload for the ball in obedience, did better for food. Protection had nice aggression, strong dog. The other dogs I've seen were similar. He's produced some top dogs in the sport.
I have not seen Olex daughters up close, but Olex himself is a dog with a presence that very few dogs possess. Something intangible when your see him in person. And he is an intense dog, but a big schmooze as well. Very photogenic – he was the dog in the WUSV ad in Dog World and SCH USA.
He really stamps his look and attitude on his sons that I have seen.
He sounds like an amazing dog! The only problem is I've not seen the dog yet and it will be about 10 months before the pups are ready.! I'm not sure if I should wait for that or go for one where the pups are ready next year march from a good sire and dam but not of the same standard as the 10 month wait....
I would look at the litter of 6 month old pups over the others, but that is just my opinion. If you can get prelims done on the hips/elbows and the pups' nerves and drives look good, they would be the ones I would consider.