Okay, so I'm starting to get into balancing off camera flash with ambient light, and I get that fluorescent lights are green and tungsten is yellow/orange, etc. However, what about the fluorescent lights that are different colors? I've seen fluorescents that are blue colored named "cool white", or the yellow ones for "soft yellow" light, I haven't worked with them photographically as they are in my home, but never in the locations I shoot. Will the camera's sensor just pick these up as different shades of green or will they show up in the colors that they are intended to cast? With more and more people (and wedding venues) switching to the more energy efficient fluorescent bulbs, I'm wondering how to go about balancing that, especially if I'd like to go for a warm and cozy tungsten glow behind my subject, and a less warm lighting on my subject using a speed light. Thoughts? Feelings? Suggestions?