When is it appropriate to use nails to join wood?
Other than for rough framing, the only common accepted use I can think of is for tacking trim, but even there it doesn't quite feel right because invariably the nailguns aren't set properly so unless a good painter comes after them with wood filler each brad leaves a divot. And for all I know "real" woodworkers rabbet and glue all their trim.
So is brad nailing still considered a good practice for trim? And are there other permanent installations where nails are appropriate?