I play 50NL 6-max cash.
In my games, there are a fair number of tight/reasonably straightforward regs, who like to open limp/call from late position instead of raising. Their range (say, from the CO, sometimes MP or even UTG), seems to be something like offsuit aces (something like A8o-AJo), some suited connectors and gappers (like 87s, 98s, T8s etc.) and small-to-mid pairs (77-22). They also seem to fold sporadically (I don't know what they're folding).
How to combat this strategy, if we're
(a) On the BTN (so, in position).
(b) In the blinds.
My current preflop strategy is tighten up a bit when iso-raising from the button, limp behind in the SB with reasonable hands (offsuit broadways, suited connectors, small pairs), and play tight from the BB. Is this reasonable?
How do I take advantage of these kinds of capped ranges postflop? Do I make big bets on turn/river with polarized range?