As for the poll at hand: I would be a NO conservative. Because it is the only parallel position to sedevacantism without falling into schism like R&R.
Agreed. If I were to conclude that the Conciliar Papal Claimants and Conciliar Hierarchy are legitimate, I would make haste back into full communion with Rome ... though I would still mostly avoid the NOM ... out of personal preference rather than out of principle. Nevertheless, if the NOM was the only Sunday Mass near me, I would feel obligated to assist at it under pain of mortal sin to fulfill my Sunday obligation. And if I were to conclude that the Conciliar Papal Claimants are legitimate, I would abjure my schism and re-read the docuмents of Vatican II with the docility required of Catholics toward the Magisterium. God will not punish a Catholic who submits to the teaching of His Church, nor will He allow it to ruin his soul or lead to his damnation. But R&R don't believe that. They have in fact reduced the Magisterium to nothing more than opining on the part of the one who sits in the See of Peter. As such, it has no more authority or credibility than the work of any given theologian, and must be compared by our private judgment to Tradition. If we find it Traditional, then we agree with it (just like anything we might read that we agree with). Sorry, guys, but this is utterly preposterous and does not even resemble Roman Catholicism.