Well, to my knowledge, McGizmo has not used the N219 as a stock emitter to this point.
And, of course, the N119/119v, N219, and most other LEDs, are available in a wide range of flux and tint bins.
That said, the particular N119 emitters used by McGizmo have a very pleasing tint and color rendering for my vision.
Many of the N219 that I have seen in other lights, to me, seem to have an odd and almost "desaturating" quality. Although the tint appears neutral and the colors appear correct, the light appears sort of washed-out and lifeless with no "pop" .... I sometimes think of it as a "neutral gray" light, but that's not exactly it either.
It is not every N219 emitter, however, as I have a Tana TripLED and a Vinz P60-Triple that both provide beautiful bright white light .... I would think that they have used hand-picked and matched emitters, though.
That Vinz P60 dropin, in particular, is one of the very cleanest neutral white lights that I have experienced.
My CCT preference tends more towards the warmer side, and both of those are "cooler" than ideal for me (although the Vinz is likely very near 5000K neutral)