The static and dynamic properties of a range of molecular weights (2 × 104 to 1.6 × 105 g/mol) of poly(benzyl methacrylate) have been assessed in four different imidazolium- A nd pyrrolidinium-based ionic liquids over a wide temperature range (27-155 °C), primarily using light scattering techniques. All four systems exhibit lower critical solution temperature phase behavior. The relevant structural, dynamic, and thermodynamic parameters were examined as a function of concentration, temperature, and molecular weight. Some interesting observations were revealed. The phase boundaries suggest a shift of the critical composition toward the polymer-rich region, in contrast to the low critical concentrations for polymers commonly observed in polymer solutions. Surprisingly, the second virial coefficient (A2) remains positive, even at temperatures close to phase separation, where A2 < 0 is anticipated. Furthermore, A2 also shows stronger dependence on molecular weight than commonly observed for polymers in good solvents. On the dynamic side, the diffusion virial coefficients (kd) remained positive over the given temperature range, further corroborating the apparent good solvent behavior of A2. The excluded volume exponents (ν ≈ 0.53-0.54) obtained from the dependence of hydrodynamic radii on molecular weight also indicate good solvent characteristics.