Dany I'm not sure what you mean by white balance "on full", but as Craig says, with your type of setup that cannot be manually white balanced and cannot flip out the filter, you should leave your camera on AUTO white balance.
Strobes are used for stills photography. Basically like a "flash". With video we just call them lights.
If you use lights while your filter is on then subjects within the range of the lights will become red/orange. You could fix this in your editing software but if you are planning on using your lights a lot then think about leaving the filter off.
In terms of fstops Wagsy basically means that the filter is cutting down the amount of light entering the camera. This is important because the camera will start to use gain at a shallower depth than if the filter is not in place. And that is important because excessive gain causes a "noisy", grainy picture.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fstop
choice of lights breaks down into HIDs which are:
- "whiter" (actually "bluer"... they match daylight better)
- longer burn time
versus halogen which are:
- less bright
- shorter burn time
I love my halogens for night dives and close work in caves etc. because they can be turned down very low and I don't mind the "warmth" of the light. I have blue gel filters on them to make them less yellow.