I think Ukrainians don't have any ill feelings towards Pilsudski at all. On the other hand, UPA leader Bandera is like a sore on every Polish I have ever met. I have lived in Ukraine for 19 years since my birth and first time I heard about Pilsudsky - just as a political figure and nothing to do with independance fight etc. - was when I was older and not in Ukraine. From what I have noticed in Polish connaisances I had, Bandera is already a part of Polish everyday vocabulary.
Where do you live? Can't say the same here. Not to most people, at least. Though obviously it's one of the more common words, after "the", "and", "but", "or", "also", "Jews", and "WWII" on these forums, but I don't think that they're at all a representation of the population as a whole. From what politics I've talked with Polish people not
online, they're far more concerned with more practical topics, such as the EU, currency transition, Iraq war, and all that good stuff.
Though it's true that what little I have heard of Bandera hasn't been at all good.