Weeeeeee, that was fun. In town it was fine (though everyone else stuck to 10mph just in case). In the sticks it was slippery. Once I got into 2nd gear I was okay, as I could hold the slides on the throttle and steering and stay in my lane. Getting moving was okay, but the tyres wanted to spin, so balancing revs, wheelspeed, gear and road direction was interesting - too few revs and the tyres started to vibrate in an odd way (no, it wasn't the engine or 'box), too many and they just lit up. Having said that, wheelspin heated them up, so improved grip afterwards.
I love driving in poor conditions. Even in a FWD car there is so much you can do to get the car to go where you want it. Everyone should be forced at some point in their lives to drive quite quickly in low grip conditions, and be taught what the controls in a car REALLY do.