I rarely play LHE, so take my opinion with a grain of salt. Or a bucket full.
We can play it passively and just call, hoping to also draw in the SB for a sweetened pot. This ruins our implied odds
a little since our line will be so see-through (check-call, check-call, raise when flush fills). Then again, implied odds don't really matter too much in LHE, do they...
It also doesn't really give us a chance to win unless we hit our flush, or if we hit one of our overcards - if in fact they are live.
We could also raise; it's unlikely that the BB hit this flop (unless he's holding a pocket pair, in which case he doesn't need to hit). Although he most probably won't fold the flop to a raise, he might drop his unimproved high cards on the turn if we lead again then...or we could check behind on the turn for a free draw.
Again, I really never play LHE. Interested in hearing some of the more experienced limit players' input. I'm sure there's gonna be some 'equity' terms thrown around here...all stuff I know very little about