I've had whites in the past and liked the color combination. There also seems to be sort of a demand for them as I see requests for white NN now and then and the whites I had did sell pretty fast.
Pepper's brassy look probably has part to do with being half silver(from lorp) and gold from the father. Sometimes a silver crossed with gold will give clean looking silvers, other times they look "brassy", yet other times they get a nice light gold tone(as seen on Golden Phoenix for example) I'm not sure why.
Anyways... some people are bothered by the yellowing on a white rooster's pyle zones, some don't really care.. the ones who say they dislike it are the ones that mention putting in silver to get rid of this yellowing.
Pretty much just throwing everything I can think of regarding whites.. did you see my question about leg color though? Is there a certain leg color you;d like to see on the whites?
Oops! Missed that last question. I'm on day 5 of a chronic migraine and missing a lot at this point.
Leg color isn't a huge issue for me. I know that Dutch has nice yellow legs, and Pepper's are yellow along the middle and transition to black/grey on the outsides and back...very unique. I have one cockerel and one hen with green legs, which still amuse me to no end. Maybe if I manage to breed some white NNs with different colored legs I'll develop a preference, but right now I'm pretty neutral on the subject....and in desperate need for more coffee.
Since Dutch's temperament is so docile and Pepper has thankfully become less aggressive with me, I'll probably try breeding them both to my White Rocks and see what comes of it. In the end though I'll probably cull Dutch. As pretty and sweet as he is, he just doesn't fit into my meat program...and I've got A LOT of good egg layers and more hatching right about now.