If I'm forced to choose, I'll the old skool list at the new geek prices.
That's what Noreetuh gives you.
Responding to Joe's comment, I think that explains what's happening now. It's not like you now get lists like you used to get at three-star restaurants at mid-priced restaurants. You wouldn't want to: the wines would be too grand and expensive for the food (the Apiary problem).
What you now get at mid-priced places are extensive, well-curated (heh) geeky lists, with wines at prices more appropriate to the food. Which I agree is a great thing.
Coming back from Madrid and Rome recently (and dining with Aroma Cucina who only comes back from Italy when dragged), I think to myself: "We sure drank a lot of good wine in various restaurants and wine bars for $5. $6 , $7 a glass or $20 - $25 a bottle." In Rome especially, focusing on wines from Lazio and Campagna was enlightening. They were very good with the food we were eating.
And then I think - "Oh, if that were only the case in NYC." Yet at this point in NYC, $50, $60 or $70 for a bottle of good wine is actually pretty fucking reasonable. To say nothing of wines with age at $100.