Ate Type 200 vs. Castrol LMA/GT?

As far as the speed of moisture absorption between these two brake fluids, which one is superior (slower), allowing longer full flush periods on a street driven car? shrug I KNOW that the Type 200 has much higher wet and dry boiling point specs, but most on here seem to think that also means a quicker uptake of moisture as well. I take for granted that EITHER of these two fluids would be slower to take on moisture than the 'liquid gold' priced, but crazy high wet boiling point, Castrol React SRF, correct??