well I have cashmere lops...but I think you guys might call them american fuzzy's. If you are going to get a long haired bunny my first recommendation would be don't!
But I was desperate for a long haired bunny and no-one was talking me out of it!!! I got shadow and her coat is relatively easy to look after. Molly's is really really really soft and matts constantly. I can not keep the matts out of her. I just have to keep them to a minimum (for a girl who is touchy with her back legs it's kinda hard to cut them out you know...we do it but only when they have grown out enough for there to be no chance of me snipping her).
I've never blow dried my bunny's but angora fur is different. They get slicker brushed every week. I should do it more often but I found that now they are adults weekly is quite sufficient...I can even let shadow go two or three weeks. In molting season I have to do them every day. It's a royal pain in the arse cause there is the two of them. I only ever wanted one cashmere bun but Molly needed a home and she is gorgeous!!
Find yourself a reputable breeder....you should get better coats from a reputable breeder. And don't get a cross!!!! Apparently if you cross breed (or so I've been told) a cashmere with a short haired bun you screw up their coat and it matts 100 times easier. She had a word for it but I can't remember it.
Personally for me angora's are too much work. I don't have to trim Molly and Shadow's fur, which I have read that Angora's fur continues to grow so you need to cut it. Molly and Shadow just need stacks of grooming. And prepare yourself for fur everywhere!!!!!
I can totally understand the desire for a long haired bun. If I'd only ended up with Shadow I would look at getting another one once she was gone. But Molly is a hard one to look after....and in future I'll be sticking to my short haired buns! I just prefer it, it's easier to deal with. And make sure that whoever looks after them when you are away is prepared to maintain their coat for you. Molly won't allow my best friend to groom her and after a month of only quick brushings her coat was a mess! I'm seriosuly considering sedating her and clipping her before we go away this time. It took me forever to get the matts out last time.