So I started ordering high CR and replacing/relocating-to-less-important-a
(Don't get me wrong, 80 is entirely reasonable. But I can get 92-93 and I will pay extra for it, where 'extra' translates to "$1-2/bulb.")
I also figured out that what I was really doing when I was mixing colour temperatures of CF and traditional tube bulbs wasn't so much for the colour temperature itself as for filling in the gaps in spectrum and improving the overall CRI.
So if anybody in your house cares, these are good:
A19 60 watt equivalent: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00O7"A19" means "ordinary bulb" for people who don't speak bulb types. The BR30s are not always as good in dimmers as the packaging says, according to reviews; I don't have any of that type dimmers, so I don't care.
A19 40 watt equivalent: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00RQ
BR30 (overhead can) 60/65 watt equivalent: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00LT
If anyone is wondering, the CRI of LED filament bulbs is 80, which is, again, perfectly reasonable. But one can go above that if one so desires.