It's your call, but if you use any good synthetic wheel bearing grease, such as Mobil 1 or AMSOIL I personally don't believe you can go wrong. It's what I used for over 20 years and only had 1 bearing ever go bad and I caught that early. I'm a believer in repacking bearings at least once a year and constantly check hub temps each time I stop. I either just feel along the center cap or most often use an IR gun.
2015 Salem Hemisphere Lite 272RLIS/ Prodigy P3
2006 Heartland BH 3400/Summer Home
2007 Dodge 2500 CDT QCSB/Andersen WDH, Maxxis 8008 225 x 75 x15 LR E tires/J T Strongarms