I'm short with a long torso and short legs and I prefer pulling in my socks. I don't see the point of adding another fucking inch to my ROM w/ lifting shoes. There's a reason people aren't as good at deficit deadlifts as deadlifts from the ground.
I'm tallish (6'1") and I used to pull in Chuck's or barefoot; now I pull in oly shoes. For now, I prefer it, because, as someone else said, I think it brings the quads in more. I have relatively strong quads, so this helps me. I do think it's tougher to keep the bar against my legs, but I can usually stand up with anything I can break off the floor.
I've done a few workouts and don't really feel a difference. Only thing that scares me is I'm horizontal at the bottom whether I have the shoes on or not. I also don't want to compensate by lower my ass because Mark will get a heart attack. There should be a way we can take pictures and post somewhere so people can tell what type of limbs you have (short/long).
I know my forarms are long because I look like that guy in the book where eh compares short/long forarms in the press section. The bar is not nearly close to my delts so I have to hold it in the air.
I've deadlifted in my Do-Wins since I got them. Unless you have a very non-average frame, or you're going for huge numbers/records, I don't think it'll make much of a difference.
Bare foot feels a lot more natural for me.
Took a little while to adjust from barefoot, but I definitely prefer shoes now.