All indications lead to the conclusion that results from the study of Ötzi's genome will be announced this fall. I know nothing about what was actually sequenced, but it seems that his Y-chromosome haplogroup has been determined. So far, ancient DNA has been throwing curveballs our way, with an emerging picture of "more change than expected" since prehistoric or even ancient times.
So, what do you guess will be the Iceman's haplogroup? Please vote only if you are at least somewhat familiar with Y-DNA haplogroups and their modern distribution, don't make random guesses. Also, feel free to enter your vote in the comments section, which will give you bragging rights in case you are right.
Feel free also to speculate what his admixture proportions will be in terms of Dodecad v3 ancestral components. I don't know what was actually sequenced, what format it will be released in, and how easy it will be to extract a relatively large subset of the SNPs used in v3, but it will definitely be something that I'll try to do.
Here are my guesses:
Haplogroup: R1b, a conservative choice, since that is the modal haplogroup in the region
Ancestral mix: Predominantly "Mediterranean", also the modal component, and under the assumption that more "West European" and "West Asian" was added to the region in more recent times compared to the ancient population.