I guess we hadn't had that for a while and it's kind of a spin off to the "can't get my hand to feel good on a gibson"-thread.
So what's your preference and why?.
I divided the poll into standing and sitting down since some people might do a mixture.
To clarify the options in case somebody doesn't know(everyone has two votes here obviously):
Classical sitting down: guitar on left leg, thumb behind the neck.Wrist under the neck. Footstool under the left to get the neck angled higher. Pretty much classical guitar position.
Classical standing: guitar usually pretty high with a steep angle away from the ground(some guitarist go nearly upright with theyr necks). Thumb behind the neck. Wrist under the neck. Lots of prog ugitarists and more technical players use that stance.
Regular sitting down: Guitar on the right. thumb wraping around the neck, wrist rather behind the neck than under it. I'd call it the campfire accoustic position.
Regular standing: Thumb wraped around the neck. Wrist behind it. Lots of different slinging heights but the basic hand position remains the same.
I prefer classical for both positions since i feel my hand is more free for stretches and rather complex runs and stuff. i also prefere the lighter touch you get with those positions since you only play with your fingertips.
It fits my style of playing and my liking for extended range isntruments way better than regular position8wraping is uncomfotable on classical guitars and 7-strings and impossible on 6-string bass)