Why play with modern less-than-perfect interpretations - go to the source. Roger Moss is the best in the historic house color field.
Get his book:http://www.amazon.com/Victorian-Exterio ... 0805023135
The book has everything you need to know along with great lists of color choices that are all historical. Its amazing, when you see the authentic colors laid out, how colorful and exciting they are.
Modern colors are too clowninsh. Painted Lady colors are not historically correct - Lovely as modern eyes see them, they are the result of hippies living in dilapidated San Francisco row houses with a lot of psychedelic paint colors and too many hallucinated hours on their hands.
I would, however, recommend a color pallet that takes into account the massive roof you have - all that black will surely influence your selections. and don't err too light trying to "balance" the dark - it will just end up looking unbalanced. I keep seeing a buff or fawn color with dark green trim (see "tiffany green" or "rookwood green", both SW colors)
Best of luck