I have more problems by far with most white peaches than yellows (although of course there are exceptions). The one problem you left out is that many white peaches brown easily and bruise easier.
My biggest problem with white peaches is bac. spot though. Many of them are very susc., but would probably not be near as much of a problem in backyard orchards. Many whites also taste yucky, yucky.
There are some good whites which perform well for me. Spring Snow has been an excellent early white peach for me the last two years. Very high quality in the flavor category. It does get some bac. spot, but still plenty of marketable fruit (even though the fruit is small). Compare that to a couple other early white peaches like Sugar May (Blahhh) and Early Red Fre (Double Blahhh). Early Red Fre is so bad, I have a tree which produced probably 3 bu. of fruit and didn’t sell a single one. They just taste awful to me. No sugar, yucky. Same story last year, lots of large beautiful looking fruit, which tasted horrible.
In contrast to Jwsemo, I pulled my White Ladys out last year. It was strictly a bac. spot issue for me. They got spot so bad they dropped their leaves and fruit, as do most Ziager creations for me.
Raritan Rose is a decent white peach for me. Nothing outstanding in the flavor category, but decent.
Klondike will go this year because of bac. spot. Trees drop leaves and fruit.
Ditto for NJ252 (Summer Pearl)
Removed Sugar Giant last year for the same reason
Blushingstar is better, but it still gets bac. spot worse than average.
Lady Nancy is a nice clean white peach with good flavor. Easy to grow.
I love Saturn (except for the stem pick damage). It sells so easily. I’ve yet to hand out a sample where someone didn’t like it, and almost everyone is wowed (like Spring Snow). As Alan pointed out, birds did attack Saturn last year in a disproportionate sense, but they couldn’t seem to find my one Saturn tree this year. I like this variety enough, I made 14 copies of it last fall.
TangOs 2 is another good one. It’s about like Saturn, but non melting and less pick damage. Very sweet.
Overall, I’ve found white peaches about as hard to grow as nectarines, but there are some whites as easy to grow as yellows.