The whole left/right thing is far too simplistic, lets take economics for example. Right now I would be left leaning because I've no money, but if somehow I became a millionaire I would cease to be fiscally liberal and would become fiscally conservative. This is because my personal well being is more important to me than political ideals.
I guess you could say I'm libertarian leaning, but far from being idealistic. I'm cynical, a little bit selfish and very apathetic.
Far right economically, as close to laissez-faire capitalism as possible. Anti-corporatism, anti-socialism, anti-welfare state.
Moderate socially--I don't like to use the term "left" when describing my social views, because the left has been rather authoritarian with certain social issues (e.g., censorship, gun rights, "animal rights," etc.)
Lean to the left, but not so far that I might fall over.
With most social policy I'm very liberal but with other things, such as economics, I'm more conservative. I think it's pretty foolish to put yourself in a box completely and say "I'm socialist" or "I'm conservative" or what have you. They all have their own benefits. What would be far more useful is to find ways to implement the best parts of each.