U. S. 0. 5.
Don't get me wrong, White Labs is awesome. Haven't used them much, but I'd guess the same of wyeast. For hop-forward ales though, you can't beat this. Particularly if you are using USA-grown hops (citrus, pine, some floral profiles), this yeast is cheap, generationally-stable, and will essentially do its work, get out of the way and let your hops and malt shine.
HOWEVER, I will say that it does not seem to do much to ENHANCE hop/malt flavors (such as London Ale or whatever Sam Smiths IPA uses). If you are looking for a versatile (temp-wise), neutral yeast, appropriate for an APA, I give full endorsement to US-05.