I really like the pale yellow myself, so much that I researched it for the Telecaster I did buy. That said, some call it Aged White, others call it Buttercream. 2 ways to get there, a white that yellows or a yellow that fades. Ever see a new car that is a pastel shade ? After 10 years of sun exposure, the color for lack of a better term hazes or chalks. I have a white garage door that was semi-gloss and now it's a matte texture as the sun has done it's aging magic. As long as it doesn't rust, the white is fine with me either way. Rust shows and I have to refinish the entire garage door, because matching will be nearly impossible. I chose the color of my car to plan out for the eventual aging & damage to paint. I bought a Fiat 500 in one of Fiat's iconic colors (Verde Charo (light pastel green), the other color choice was the light blue (Bianchi/Fiat Celeste)). Under certain lighting conditions (sunrise/sunset) those colors pop and are visually stunning as a color show of their own. That's paint in a nutshell. There are color variations with glosses to eggshell/matte & even textures. Back to preferences.