Thanks for the note, Howie!!
I agree that the wine came out somewhat on the thin and unbalanced side, though I was pleased with both the colour and the nose. I may have mentioned that I had a devil of a time trying to get a hydrometer reading on the must - Fredonia produces a very gluey, thick must, which "fools" the hydrometer. It turned out I had way less sugar in there than I thought, and so I had to add more to bump up the alcohol late during primary; fermentation did pick up and it turned out fine, although I wonder if another couple of degrees of alcohol in the wine might have made for a better mouthfeel.
Concord itself doesn't seem to produce that thinness at all, and hydrometer readings are a breeze. I'm really looking forward to making an '06 dry Concord again this year.