We carry out an experimental analysis for two of the design dimensions of flow-insensitive points-to analysis for C: polymorphic versus monomorphic and equality-based versus inclusion-based. Holding other analysis parameters fixed, we measure the precision of the four design points on a suite of benchmarks of up to 90,000 abstract syntax tree nodes. Our experiments show that the benefit of polymorphism varies significantly with the underlying monomorphic analysis. For our equality-based analysis, adding polymorphism greatly increases precision, while for our inclusion-based analysis, adding polymorphism hardly makes any difference. We also gain some insight into the nature of polymorphism in points-to analysis of C. In particular, we find considerable polymorphism available in function parameters, but little or no polymorphism in function results, and we show how this observation explains our results.