Tonight I grilled a prime grade rib steak (ie. bone-in) from New City Packing, to try out the quality. This was about 1-1/2 inch thick coming in at 1.4 pounds. Hit it with a hard char on the outside and perfectly medium rare inside. Sorry, no photo (was too hungry).
Bottom line was that Jan and I thought the taste was excellent. It was not dry-aged prime for sure, but the price was decent at $22 a pound. That's less than Fox & Obel (what isn't?) but more than the dry-aged at Gene's up on Lincoln, which last time I was there was coming in at about $18 a pound. Most certainly more pricey than Olympic on Randolph. However, being in Naperville, it's a lot cheaper to go to Aurora than it is to go into the city, so factoring in the gas price, I'll be doing more with New City.