Personally, I’m not a big fan of Presuppositional Apologetics. If I had to choose a side, I would choose the Evidential Apologetics side every time because that’s what I’ve found most convincing and compelling. However, I’m not completely against Presuppositional Apologetics either. In fact, I do believe it has a necessary place in the world of apologetics and can be very useful (which is why I share the Presuppositional Apologetics Links from Domain for Truth). It really all depends on who you’re talking to, there is no “cookie-cutter” apologetic.
Here is a video from J. Warner Wallace on this very subject.