I have a pair of Smith Phenoms with the Sensor Mirror. During bluebird days, or flat-light days, I'm blinded and I can't even see little jumps.
Your question is confusing. The Sensor Mirror is meant
for cloudy/flat-light days; you're probably not going to find a Smith lens more suited to those conditions. For bright days, I use the Ignitor Mirror because that's the other lens that came with my I/O goggles. (I'm not planning to buy a third lens.) It's more of an all-around lens than the Sensor. For superbright days, you could get one of the Sol-X lenses.
By the way, the Smith lens info identifies the base tint of each lens, so you shouldn't have to guess.