I would suggest Honey, as I find having HP/LP filters very useful for mixing. It's also very fast to use (well-selected frequency ranges and band overlap, no need to think about Q) and can radically reshape a sound if necessary.
If precision is more of a concern for you, and you like a very sharp, hard sound, try Green.
Although the hardware Magenta was sampled from is often thought of as a mastering EQ, it's very useful in mixing as well. I usually use it in dual mono on drum channels, vocals, or acoustic instruments. If I use it in stereo, it's usually on drum overheads or a submix.
One of the best things about plugins in general is the high instance counts we're afforded with...this lets us use such high-end pieces across many channels as a track EQ. So don't feel limited by the original intended applications from source hardware.
That said..I would still suggest Honey. The HP/LP filters cover a much broader range and a nice slope and mild resonance which is lovely for mixing tasks. It's also simpler and faster to use, I feel, which is an aspect that shouldn't be underestimated when mixing.
Finally - the mids on Massive Passives are most excellent, but the highs don't always seem to work well (depending on the source). The 32c EQ high band seems to work fine on anything, without much thought. Just something to consider, IMHO.