What do you consider a standard position for a Columbus, Reynolds, etc. decal?
I've always felt that a bit below the seat stays on the seat tube was the proper place, but there are plenty of variations out there.
I have an '82 Bianchi Nuova Racing that I bought a couple years ago with no tubing decal, but it was easy to find that it is Columbus Tretubi. There's no point in having a Columbus frame if you can't advertise it, so I bought a decal from a good maker on eBay.
Many older Bianchis had the decal just above the DT shifters, but I couldn't bring myself to put mine there. My Nuova Racing does not have seat tube braze-ons for a water bottle, likely because it was cool to have a matching Silca pump mounted there back then. Wouldn't want to cover up the Columbus decal with a pump!
What are your thoughts on decal placement? I know it's not a big deal but I'm curious.