This is a fantastic light dessert that tantalizes the taste-buds! I developed this after having something similar at a restaurant, but they used brie cheese and strawberries. A couple of notes..... For the goat cheese, I've found that buying it in the "log" form easier to work with. Likewise, with the raspberries, I've found that using frozen bagged raspberries easier to work with. But that's not to say you couldn't use fresh or a jam/jelly. I have also used other types of berries. The reason I prefer the frozen is that when I combine the slightly thawed raspberries with the goat cheese, it blends into a consistency like a frozen yogurt which is easy to spoon onto the phyllo. To finish it off, just before serving, I drizzle honey over each bundle. When you unwrap the phyllo sheets, cut the full sheets into 1/2 sheets crosswise. These are easier to work with. Any sheets you are not going to use, wrap back up and place back in the freezer for future use. I use a small blender to chop up raspberries and mix in the goat cheese. I found that using a butter flavoured oil (ie. Pam) spray works and tastes as good as butter but speeds up the prep time. Just spray it on each layer in a light coat and brush it the same as you would butter. I build up about 6-8 layers of phyllo, cut that into 6 smaller "squares" (what I am referring to as a batch) and then spoon on the mixture to each square. Between each batch of bundles, I place the raspberry/goat cheese mixture as well as the already formed bundles in the freezer and then start to form the next batch. Keeping the mixture in between batches keeps it from thawing out too much and becoming a runny mess. The mixture should yield roughly 18 small bundles at about 24 grams (0.85 ounces) each, depending on how liberal you are with each spoonful onto each square. These can be left frozen until you're reading to bake them. Whether it is that evening or a week later. I preheat the oven and bake from frozen. See pictures for an idea of the procedure.