A couple of years ago, ChrisK and I had a discussion somewhere about this. The gist of it was "a cap is a cap". Different values provide differing amounts of capacitance, but there are not different types of capacitance.
That said, Chris advised staying away from ceramic caps, because most of these aren't built to very tight specs, there was more variance than he was willing to accept. He advised that he used the poly film caps, the "green chiclet" style.
I had been using ceramic ones up to that point, but I switched on that advice. The polys are cheap, too, so not a big deal to switch to those.
There is no point to paying more for "vintage style" barrel caps unless one is restoring something vintagish.