We've had plenty of discussion about high Omega 3, or organic, or vegetarian diets, etc. here. So, I did a side by side test. First, the eggs.
The conventional were Publix Jumbo, $1.59. The "special" eggs were Egg Innovations Large from Hole Foods, $2.79 IIRC. They were the least expensive I could find of the genre; I don't think they were organic.
After a bit of organic butter in the pan, I fried them. I looked at the yolks very carefully for color depth from several angles. I THINK there was a difference, but as any good scientist knows, there could be that much variation in a day's run, or two eggs of the same kind. But I'll give the cautious nod to Egg Innovations.
I didn't put any of my usual salsas or hot sauces on the eggs while I ate them. I went back and forth, a bite from one, a bite from the other. The special eggs had a head start in the frying pan, so there is another variable. Anyway, once again I THINK the Egg Innovations were slightly tastier.
So the inevitable question is, "Are they worth the expense?" Keeping in mind not only the price difference, but the size difference, you pay quite a premium for barely any difference in perceived quality. OTOH, the Egg Innovations are cage free, which is important to me and others. If your budget is unlimited, by all means, you can't go wrong with the more expensive eggs. If not, it's your moral decision.