I usually do a slow roll through stop signs on my bike as a consideration for cars. If it's something like a 4 way stop, I'll always yield to cars who were at the stop before me(sometimes even cars that got there after me if I feel like they aren't paying attention, for my own safety). I don't mind coming to a complete stop if there's no traffic behind me and I have to wait for cars in cross traffic. I wonder how many people complaining about how bikers get away with slow and go stops at stop signs would also complain if a bicyclist came to a complete stop and then slowed them down because they had to wait for their slow acceleration after the stop. I think some people just seem to have an axe to grind with even responsible bikers regardless of what they do because they're taking up "their" road space. Also if cyclists ride on sidewalks, then that puts pedestrians in danger, and then pedestrians complain about cyclists hogging the sidewalks. Until there are dedicated bike lanes or bike paths for every major throughfare in most metro areas. Even in a high bicycle use area like northern colorado I see way too much blame game(cyclists vs motorists, mountain bikers vs hikers, etc) instead of just accepting that we're all taxpayers using the same resources for different purposes.