I guess there really is no bad review on Jell-O brand gelatin. Can't go wrong here as long as you follow the instructions on the box or a time-tested recipe. Lime is a great flavor; well, I just love clean citrus flavors and I am always the one that chose the green sucker lollipops as a kid. Cherry red or raspberry red is still numero uno in my book but there will always be a spot in my heart for citrus especially lime. Here's an oldie but goodie that families reserve only for Thanksgiving and Christmas. I got here a lime green Jell-O recipe for a dessert fruit salad. Viki's Mom's Lime Jell-O Salad has: 6 Oz Box Lime Jell-O, 2 Cups Cool Whip, 1 Cup Cottage Cheese, 1 Cup Pecans or Walnuts, Chopped, 16 Oz Crushed Pineapple, Drained, 12 Oz Cold Pineapple Juice ( I would see what is left from the can of drained, crushed pineapple and count that into the 12 Oz; may need additional pineapple juice) and lastly 6 to infinity Maraschino Cherries, depending on taste. Add one cup of boiling water to gelatin in bowl, stir two minutes until dissolved. Stir in the 12 Oz pineapple juice. Refrigerate two hours until half set. Remove from fridge and then add in remaining ingredients; mix until all of the ingredients are well incorporated. Garnish with maraschino cherries. Chill one hour before serving. This is quite a vintage recipe and still holds true in most households. I am sure any flavor gelatin can be used for this but lime just seems to mesh well with the other flavors making it a somewhat tropical taste experience.