Remember, Simcoerillo is simply a 50/50 mix of Simcoe and Amarillo.
Because of the low gravity and the honey, I mashed this relatively high so it maintains some body--about 156 F. I also did a protein rest at 122 F and mashed out at 168 F.
Boil, adding hops at specified times and dump the honey in at flame out. I added a whitfloc tablet so this would come out clear. If you like your wheat beer a little hazy leave it out. Though, I still think you'll end up pretty clear using 2112.
I liked how this turned out. It's a good beer for what it is. It's very light but still flavorful, a good beer to give non-geek friends. Changes you might consider are using a more assertive yeast rather than the ultra-clean 2112 for some additional fruitiness or maybe subbing in extra grain to replace the honey for some more malt character and body.