At the moment, I'm enjoying
S&G's more than ring games. I like the kill or be killed aspect of the game. There's an excitement to the Russian roulette
situations that inevitably come up at the end of the tournament.
But for me, ring games are where the money is at. You don't need to make *anybody* bust to make money, so each move is about maximizing your return and not about engaging in risky behavior simply to knock someone out.
With no antes and the blinds always remaining tiny compared to your stack size, you're never in "I have to shove with any two cards in an unchallenged pot" situations. And you never fold a good hand to make it past the bubble; every hand is played to its full potential.
Also, with rings you get to pick where who you sit with, and where you sit. You're never forced to move so you maintain your image and reads. You can also rebuy if you get felted, maintaining your reads/image/position.
So basically, you have a lot more to work with in a ring game, which will increase any skill advantage that you have over your opposition.