If you have had labors with a malpositioned baby and a labor where baby was lined up well, I'd be interested in hearing the lengths of each.
I'm asking because my recent birth involved a posterior baby for much of the labor (we believe). My first labor was heavily augmented with pit because I was birthing in a hospital, was GBS+ and my membranes ruptured before contractions started. I was "allowed" to go 24 hours from rupture of membranes to birth which is relatively long for the circumstances. My second labor was a planned homebirth. I had about 48 hours of early labor (24 hours were very sporadic, 24 hours were contractions roughly every 8-15 minutes). Then somewhere in the neighborhood of 36 hours of active labor. I transferred 4 hours before my son was born and was augmented with pit in the hospital. Happily we managed a vaginal delivery.
If we decide to have another baby, I have no clue what to expect regarding labor length. I'm a bit afraid of having another labor like my second!