I spin very little else but angora, or angora blend. I don't think it is as hard as people think it is. The silkier it is, the harder it is to spin. But if you have a Ger/French blend, that really isn't particularly silky.
Both German and French are more the "commercial" grade of angora, and Eng. and Satin are more the "luxury" grade of angora. German has a bit of crimp and 90% of it is cottony (isn't supposed to be but is). French has stiff guard hair, which makes it less soft than Eng or Satin. But it makes a more "furry" looking finished yarn, so lots of people like it.
BTW, some Fr/Ger hybrid rabbits (I've had dozens of them) don't molt. (I consider molting a serious flaw, as I never liked and wouldn't used plucked angora if you gave it to me for free, strongly preferring sheared fiber over plucked.) OTOH, my very worst molter was a French/Ger. hybrid doe who matted like crazy. She is the one that led me to my current conclusion that it is the molting that causes matting, has very little to do with guard hair. (and she had a lot of that too, as did her son, the 2nd worst molter I ever had.)