The one most uncomfortable for me :P
Actually, this baby is (most of the time) very low, definitely spends a lot of time posterior, and I think is mostly head-down or oblique/transverse. But it is REALLY early, IMO, and I'm not worrying for now, except about my comfort level.
It feels so nice in the morning after full night of lying down when the baby is NOT trying to fall out through my pelvic floor
I have this fantasy that maybe this time I'll have an anterior baby, but my guess is that I'm in for another back-labor with a posterior babe. Like TallulahFairie I don't really see this as a big problem for me (though I certainly see how it can be for doula clients!)
DS1 was posterior for most of a 22 hour labor, came out anterior, but I'm sure turned just before or during pushing. DS2 was born posterior, after a 6.5 hour labor and only 10 minutes of pushing. Obviously, I have enough room in my pelvis for a normal sized posterior baby to come through. Back labor sucks, sure, but I don't have anything to compare it to and I've done it both times at home with no meds of any kind!