My next will be HBAC.
I labored for 50+ hours at the birth center before being transferred to the hospital for pit to speed things up. From the moment I got there, I was not in control, and 9 hours after arriving, I was being wheeled into the OR.
Here are my reasons to HBAC:
1. I don't want anyone telling me that I have to do ANYTHING during the birth that I don't want to do. I want a hands-off midwife who will let me hang out and will only interfere if something happens.
2. I don't want nurses I don't know walking in and out or monitoring me during birth.
3. I don't want to have to travel.
4. I am most comfortable at home, and I am in charge at home, so that is where I want to give birth.
5. I want to eat during labor and drink during labor.
6. I want to move as much as I can.
7. I could walk to the nearest hospital if I needed to, so in case of complications I'm covered.
8. My last labor I labored in an unfamiliar environment for 50 hours - where labor stopped and started, after being constant at home. I won't risk it again.
All that being said, you have to go with what's best for you. Think (and talk - it helps to talk it out) honestly about your fears. Mine revolved around the hospital taking power away from me. Yours may be different. Examine them and you'll find your way.
Good luck, however you choose.