I have to disagree. Blues are my least-favorite switch by Cherry. I find the click to be both anemic and irritatingly high-pitched, while the "bump" is almost nonexistent at typing speeds. It feels more like a gummed-up linear switch than a tactile one. Greens are a bit better, as are clears. Reds are my favorite, by far. And don't get me started on Cherry-style stabilizers. (I really wish Costar was more common.)
Honestly, I find Cherry to be a poor choice for mechanical keyboard switch. I would much rather use buckling spring, ALPS, or Topre. Now that Matias is coming out with linear ALPS, the argument for reds will likely go away, as well. Reports I've read indicate the Matias switches are smoother and quieter than reds, which is very welcome.
The only reason I ever recommend Cherry-based boards is for aesthetics. Those boards plain look nicer, and there's a big scene for aftermarket keycaps with all sorts of colors, shape/profile, materials, etc. that you won't find for the others I mentioned.