Personally, i think it all really depends on the car or how it is set up like B&O was saying. If a car has a near 50/50 weight balance and a lower center of gravity, id rather it be a RWD car than a FWD car. I think if your RWD car is set up properly, you can have a nice control of oversteer while being able to fix the understeer problem with a little right foot steering. In a FWD car, i like being able to have oversteer correction withn being able to drop a gear and straighten the car out nice and quick. Im not too familiar with AWD, so i cant really say. But i preferably enjoy RWD, i feel i get more control, giving each end of the car its own responsibilities. Sometimes i think there is too much stress on the FWD cars, but then again, depends on how its set up.
just my $.02