Haey, ew dluohs!
Okay. Well, for writing, so far it looks like there's:
Completely backwards/sdawkcab yletelpmoC:
Sentences are written from right to left, and bottom to top. The spelling of all words are reversed. The letter on the right side (i.e. the "beginning") of all sentences is capitalized.
We should go.
.og dluohs eW
Reverse order/order Reverse:
Sentences are written right to left (and maybe bottom to top, but this is unconfirmed). The spelling of words remains forwards. The word at the right side (i.e. the "beginning") of all sentences has the letter on it's far left capitalized.
Let's get going.
.going get Let's
Reverse words/Esrever sdrow: Sentences remain forwards. The spelling of all words are reversed. The letter on the left side of all sentences is capitalized.
Time to go.
Emit ot og.
I would have to say that out of these three so far, "reverse order" is the easiest for forwards speakers, to both read and write.
"Completely backwards" has been the most popular thus far though.
I want to note the I called "completely backwards" writing "reverse word backwards" in another thread (just ignore that >.>).