EXPLANATORY POST DEFINING TERMS
After some recent discussions on SI, I have come to see that the continualist/cessationist issue is truly a spectrum.
So here are my definitions. I am no Joel Tetreau when it comes to taxonomy, but I will do my best. A:
Bedrock Cessationist believes not only that "sign gifts" are no longer given, they believe God's Word actually teaches that they would cease when the Bible was completed (or at the end of the apostolic era or after the destruction of Jerusalem or some other event in early church history). They also believe that God never gives visions, dreams, or leadings apart from Scripture or godly wisdom.
Hard Cessationist believes what the Bedrock cessationist believes about gifts, but believes God might be sending dreams of Jesus to the Muslims in Iran, for example, or might lead a believer to make a choice apart from direct Scripture or seeming wisdom.
Observant Cessationist believes that the sign gifts are not given today because their supposed current manifestations do not match what the Bible says those gifts were like. The prime example would tongues as foreign languages in Scripture. Since we can produce no documented cases of people speaking in foreign languages they never heard or learned, it follows that those speaking in ecstatic utterances do not have the real gift of tongues. The Observant cessationist does not believe the Scriptures link the cessation of spiritual gifts to any event, but rather sees them as regulated by God's sovereign purposes. God is neither obligated nor constrained to give every spiritual gift.
Soft (aka, "functional") Cessationist believes very much like the Observant cessationist, but he factors in what he may not know. He is skeptical about claims to speak in tongues, for example, but is open to the possibility if God has a purpose. But if such gifts are given, they are the real deal. He may, for example, believe that the sign gifts are sometimes manifested where the Gospel is newly established or where persecution allows. He is quite skeptical of claims to these gifts, but is open to the possibility.
Skeptical Non-committal believes that the sign gifts are probably not given today, but, either way, he wants nothing to do with them. His position is more pragmatic than theological.
Soft Continualist believes that the sign gifts are given today, but not as frequently as claimed. He does not think it is God's will for all believers to speak in tongues, and believes every believer possesses the Holy Spirit. He sees no claim in Scripture that sign gifts will cease (at least until some eschatological event), and he is perhaps perplexed about their absence over the centuries. He may or may not view tongues as a language other than an earthly one. Grudem and Carson would be in this category.
Standard Continualist believes that all the gifts are functional today, but not necessarily all the offices and not necessarily in the same way. This groups does not believe in modern apostles (in the since of the authority of the twelve), and usually believes in a second blessing (baptism of the Spirit subsequent to salvation), the sign of which is speaking in tongues. The Health and Wealth Gospel is often part of this grouping, but not always.
Hard Continualist believes that all the gifts are manifested today, might believe in apostles, and places much stock in visions. Whether being slain in the Spirit, resurrecting the dead, and overcoming all illnesses, this group is a catchall for the extremes, including but not limited to, snake handling. The Health and Wealth Gospel is often part of this belief system.
Note: Your position might vary on a point here or there, so please choose the position that is closest, unless your position is so different that you are forced to choose "other."