11's on Acoustic. 10's on Electric. I prefer a wound G, but the Variax is setup for a (what is now traditional) non-wound and thus has the volume down on that Piezo. As I transition to Elixirs, I'm having to go un-wound on the G.
Wound G's just sound better to me....they are a little quieter than their non-wound brothers.
My Epiphone Dot (335 style) needs a bit heavier strings so I use D'Addario EXL110+. Just slightly heavier than the EXL110 or EXL110W (wound G).
95's on my long and short scale 4 string basses except for the Stienberger. It gets the now defunct Piano string (no winding on the core at bridge insert) Power Sound from RotoSound. I think I only have 3 or 4 fresh sets left. They are 105's or something. When they are gone, they are gone fer good. They just keep getting boiled until they won't boil anymore.
The current ones are about 13 years old.
I'm still trying to find "my set" for the nylon stringer. I've tried 1 out of the 3 wound G sets that are available. I have some GHS Vanguard classics that are similar to the Thomastik-Infield set with a wound G and they are going on today probably. Both are higher tension and the guitar sounds better with med to low tension to my ears. The nylon G usually sounds pretty crappy to me.
Yeah, the bigger the string, the bolder the sound. They have a higher tension so they do take some toughening of the fingers to get used to. I find the 11's for acoustic are a nice in between gauge.