I personally support safe standing, but I don't think its worth it if it's going to cause upset, and as I've said above I will stand in solidarity with the wishes of the Hillsborough groups.
Nevertheless, while we are discussing the issue, it's worth saying that I think a lot of people do (perhaps mistakenly) think of it as "going back to the bad old days", rather than a new development. If people could see what safe standing actually looks like, saw evidence from the German experience and its safety record etc., I think a lot of fears might be set aside. Essentially, football safety is evolving, and I think this could be the next step in the evolution, NOT a step backwards. So I think the fears of many that "we've learned nothing" if we have safe standing aren't entirely fair - it's a safety development, one which responds to what we've learned at such a terrible cost.