White Lady is an easy peach to grow, but not on my list of worthwhile peaches- but then the only white peach I have that I love is Indian Free. which, if you've tried that one, you'd realize it is nothing like the typical white peach- it is high brix AND high acid..
Of white peaches that have low acid, like WL, the only one I consider outstanding that I've grown is Saturn, which has enough sugar to carry the lack of acid punch- but it is harder to grow than WL because of birds and yellow jackets that attack it before it is truly ripe here- it is also more prone to brown rot. WL, on the other hand, was bred to be picked hard- an industrial fruit designed for long storage. This trait is helpful for the home grower because fruit can be picked hard and ripened indoors where birds and wasps can't come between you and harvest.
I would choose Rariton Rose over White Lady as a relatively easy and reliable white peach to grow.