I picked one up a few weeks ago and it is a great little revolver for CC. It can fit in a front pocket holster or IWB just as easy. It's probably the lightest weight handgun I own and the trigger is so smooth that it shoots real well at the range.
The LCR is a fine choice, but if you decide to go with the .357 over the .38 make sure the cylinder opens and closes freely. Also check the lock-up on it. You need to be able to close the cylinder and rotate it slightly to have it lock into place. Any more than a few degrees of rotation and you don't want it.
The .357 LCR has had many complaints about this issue. It's not any less safe, but it does make loading, unloading, and lock-up less enjoyable than it could be. The .38 special LCR is a great gun and seems to be immune to this problem.
I carry my LCR22 when hiking and it's a great camp gun. The centerfire LCRs in 38/357 have a good reputation. I have one in 38 and it has been troublefree. My 22 though is my favorite LCR and is just a hoot to shoot or train with.