I'm aware that there are a multitude of ways to voice a chord - some chord tones can be omitted and other tones can be added, and one does not need to stack in 3rds (although I'm not sure of how to build chords by stacking other intervals yet).
For brevity, though, I'll keep it simple; are there tried and true fingerings to for Major, Minor, or Dominant Seventh Chords in root-position (I know it's up to the players discretion and if extended tones are to be added, but assume no extended tones are added)?
For instance, consider the following root-position chords and fingerings for the right hand. For C7 my hand wants to play C,E,G,Bb with the fingers 1,2,4,5, respectively, and use the same fingers for a CM7 chord as well. This fingering is also reasonable for an Eb7 chord, however, for an EbM7 (again, in root-position using the right hand) it feels more comfortable to use the fingers 1,2,3,5.
This illustrates that when I follow what feels most comfortable to me, the fingering of a root-position Major 7th chord depends on its root, unless I should try and hammer out what doesn't feel comfortable until it's comfortable.
So what, if any, is a typical way of voicing Major, Minor, and Dominant Seventh Chords in root-position? A reference is fine, and my apologies if this is a dumb question with no answer. I just want to move on to building chords by stacking intervals of 4ths, 5ths, and 6ths rather than 3rds, but I first need to establish traditional voicings in muscle memory.