Point: What? Are you insane? Dead!
Counterpoint: "One must imagine Sisyphus happy." 
- From a risk-assessment perspective, the case for life is harder to make. The person busy finding joy in the absurdity of being alive but so far divorced from the world probably wouldn't be too bothered by the idea of moving on to the next thing, but someone who arrived at a different outlook on the whole experience might be extremely upset not to.
- I'd be curious to know how answers to this question line up with those to the question of afterlife. I feel like all four combinations make sense to me, though the "I believe in an afterlife but I'll stick around, thanks" camp might be a lonely place. But I guess if we're serious about our choice we'd better not be daunted by a little loneliness.