I would then definitely go with the white filter, and about filters and sibilance, for some reasons the blue filter exhibits more of it to my ears than the white.
I also feel that with electronic, but taste may vary, has a bass rendering that is less defined than with the white filter, also you "loose" out on details that make you shiver :)
Outside of electronic, if you listen to tracks that are with vocals, I do use the warm filter and there is no sibilance there.
I listen to almost all genres, my main filter is the white for the amazing clarity and transparency they bring + powerful and articulate and very defined bass, but the warm is the laid back, vocal forward, lush, relaxing one with still very good level of detail. I never use the blue filter but I try it back from time to time as I try new sources and go deeper into burn-in. Still not for me.
I can't take details decently with blue and black filters.I use white filters for all genres.And bass is sweet with white filter.Details,vocals and enstruments more transparent,detailed and natural to me with white filters.