Just a minor curiosity of which moral dilemmas give you a hard time and which ones don't. I think one of the best examples of where I stand was illustrated in Batman - The Dark Knight:
The Joker had bombs set up in two ships. One ship was full of criminals. Another ship was full of normal passengers. Both ships were given a remote detonator for the other ship (so the passenger ship had the detonator for the criminal ship and vice versa). They had until midnight to detonate the other ship or else both ships explode. Finally, one big, intimidating criminal took the detonator. When asked "what are you gonna do?", he answered, "What you all should have done a long time ago." and he threw the detonator out the window and sat down.
So for me, the tough ones are when you are faced with saving one life or another, how do you choose? And ultimately, my answer is you just do your best rather than necessarily choose. Most people don't get the chance to think these things over when the time comes and would act on instinct anyway, oft choosing those closer to them (whether by proximity or by relationship) first. Sometimes, there is a third option not given, but I will leave that to you, the reader, to figure out.
Anyways, here is a list of moral dilemmas and I'm curious how those who read my journal would react to them:
No need to read all of them or even comment on all or any of them, but it is a curiosity. Me, I was actually just doing research for my game.