While I tend to agree that a M&T joint is very strong if done right, its not the only type of joint for use. When joining skirts or apron boards to a corner board, i.e. leg, a sliding dovetail will work very well. It can't be pulled apart along the direction of the grain, far more glue area, not much harder to master than a good M&T joint.
An exposed dovetail of at least 50% of the apron board into the corner boardprovides a very storng and attractive joint.
My point being the M&T joint is not the only appropreate or the strogest joint.
Just my opinion
I would have to agree with you. In fact, there are always choices for any of the joints that we could use in a given situation. I know when I was limited in my knowledge and experience, I went with what I knew at the time. As time passed and I tried new joinery, my arsenal expanded.
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