Title? I don't need no stinkin' title.
I would go even further. I get that people that have no use for alignment have alignment horror stories, but even people who seem to like alignment can’t seem to agree on how it applies. (The last thread had a big disagrement between proponents as to whether Original Trilogy Darth Vader was LE or CE).
To me, it undercuts the argument that horror stories are the consequence of playing alignment wrong, when even those who play it “right” disagree.
Ah, yes, drag out the corpse of that strawman. The only people who "don't agree on alignment" seem to be those that don't like it. There have been hundreds of posts and while there are minor differences, most people are in the same ballpark. Which, considering how it's just a general descriptor of moral compass is close enough.
Then again, it does not matter. As a DM if my definition is a little different from someone else's who cares? As long as I'm consistent, it helps me. It's not a straightjacket, I don't know or care what my player's PCs alignments are and that has not been part of D&D for a long time.