Better late than never...
In what kind of environment do you sleep best? (e.g. amount of light and noise, temperature, number of pillows, breathe-right strip, sleeping in the buff, etc.)
Minimal light and sound; not fussy about pillows as long as they're there; need lots of warmth. (I am a big fan of oversized flannel nightwear for about 10 out of 12 months of the year, and also use layers of blankets on my bed. Yes, I know; I'm so sexy it hurts.)
How much sleep do you need to feel consistently well-rested?
How much can you get by on? What are the consequences when you don't get enough?
I find seven hours of sleep just about right to feel well-rested. I usually get six, punctuated by one potty interlude for the dog. If I don't get enough sleep, my cognitive ability and perception plummet to dangerous levels.
Night owl or morning person? Definitely morning person. I love to be up extra early, to slowly ease into the day.
Favorite cure for insomnia? Prayer; or, alternately, detailed fantasies involving subjects like landscaping, interior decoration and so forth.
To snooze or not to snooze? Why or why not? No; too stressful. I'm one of those people who, if I'm afflicted with insomnia, will lie in bed thinking, "Dang -- three more hours until I have to get up...dang -- two more hours until I have to get up...dang -- one more hour until I have to get up."