Lindenbräu Tennen Hell is quite dry and fairly hopped for a Helles so it is more Franconian than many of the new breed.
Hummel Helles is a relatively if unspectacular Helles with a lingering, semi-dry finish.
Düll Krautheimer Helles Lagerbier is a balanced malty example of the style with their signature white pepper in both the nose and palate but it blends well. One of the driest Helles beers I've had.
Landwehr-Bräu Hell is a malt forward golden brew with a grainy palate and lingering semi-dry finish. On tap at the Landwehr am Turm in Rothenburg ob der Tauber.
Roth Helles is particularly hoppy for the stye on tap at Zum Roth and if you've been unimpressed with it in bottled form, give it a go here and you won't be disappointed.
Spessart Hell is a great looking malt forward example of the style with a nice light grain element and clean semi-dry finish.
Martinsbräu Export is balanced malt forward session beer with fair hopping, making for a moreish semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Martinsbräu Helles is balanced malt forward session beer with just enough dryness despite what seems low hopping.
Böheim Helles is a balanced unfiltered light beer with a lingering semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Maisel & Friends Hoppy Hell is their Craft Beer take on a Helles with a balanced citrusy palate and lingering semi-dry finish.