Evangelical 'camps'

Mark Noll gives a taxonomy of strands within evangelicalism that can be discerned even in the original awakenings of the 1740s:
  1. Doctrinal precision camp - usually associated with the "Calvinist internationale",
  2. Practice and results camp - more concerned with right living and right experience, rather than right doctrine,
  3. Just get on and preach the gospel camp - The urgency and importance of the central gospel mission allows you to work with a range of other groups,
  4. Denominational alignment camp - strong evangelical emphasis but yet strong identification with a church tradition as well.
So then, which one are you?