So I am planning on brewing up a Hefeweizen for the summer using a NB "Bavarian Hefeweizen" extract kit with the Wyeast 3068 weihenstephan yeast. 5 gallon batch, about a 3 gallon boil. It will be only my second batch of homebrew, I did a brown ale about 2 months ago and it turned out excellent. I wanted to customize this next batch a bit by maybe adding some fruit. I am going to get a few bottles of Weihenstaphen Hefeweizen next week and some fruit/fruit juices to do some experimentation and decide which fruit I am going to use. I am thinking of pear or peach or apricot to pair with the flavors of the Hefe. I want it to accentuate and not overpower the normal banana/clove flavors of the Hefe. So my question is, once I decide which fruit to use, what are some good ways to incorparate it/add it to the brew. I have read some ideas about adding it to the end of the boil, either at 5-10 minutes or even at flameout, I have also read some ideas about adding it to the secondary. Some say fresh fruit, some say juice (straight no added sugar). Also how much? I think I want to err on the side of less, as I can always add a touch more before bottling if it isn't to the level I want it to be, but you cant take it out. Any ideas, thoughts would be awesome. THanks!