Again, one is free to choose and will choose that which is most important in any given circumstance. The consequences may
determine what most will thus choose.
for a Christian, the only choice available will always be that which is what God has commanded or forbid regardless of the circumstances. In the case of the Baker(s), what they did was correct; refusing to participate in the gay marriage celebration. Barring a successful appeal, it makes no difference if they refused to comply with the order to pay $135,000. The judgment would be fulfilled by any means available to the court. This is simply the consequence of doing the right thing and should not influence the decision. God rewards one's faithfulness to Him when persecuted.
Personally, I would not voluntarily comply with the judgment. It was ethically and morally bankrupt, never mind illegal for the court to rule against their 1st Amendment right which guarantees freedom of religion. But even with such laws which currently exist in Canada and are slowly making gains here in the U.S. which are touted as "Hate Speech/Crimes", just because a court judges one has violated such laws when no hate was existent with the one being prosecuted doesn't mean that the true victim, the one accused, is guilty of doing wrong. GOD is the true Judge and before whom all will have to given an account. A human judge is one I would gladly oppose and resist for doing right than to have to stand before the Supreme Judge for doing wrong.