My home game recently added this to our rotation, I like the game. I find that a 10 is a good hand to check down, but if the action gets too hot, it's not likely very good. Depending on my position, opponents draws, and predraw action determines if I stand pat or not. Here's a sample hand from my home game last week.
I was in the SB for $.25, it was limped 4 way. I had 10 7 6 5 2. I stood pat with my 10. BB drew 3, UTG drew 2, button drew 3. I figured it's likely they probably didn't catch 2 cards under a 10 that didn't pair one of their cards so I led out for $2, the size of the pot. BB folded, and UTG raised to $7, button folded, and I called and he picked up a K, trying to bluff me off a hand like a 10 or a 9.
I've only played maybe 20-30 hands of it, but I like the game and think I have a decent feel for it, I'll let you know how tomorrow night goes.