I think the best rye beers use several types of rye to give more complexity to the rye character. Many rye beers are very one note and this really helps.
Six Point uses rye, crystal rye, and chocolate rye in their rye beers (2 great ones are righteous rye and the one off belgian rye)
Thanks for the tips, here. While I'm not sure the examples I mentioned utilize multiple rye types, they did have a level of complexity I wasn't finding in other rye beers.
Originally I'd intended on brewing this over the weekend but I might need to move it out in order to re-shape the recipe and acquire some of these other grains.