I don't agree that it's a moot point to discuss something just because there is disagreement, I think that's all the more reason to discuss something. Understanding is the key to learning.
To me that would be like saying it doesn't matter how a plane fly's it could be lift and thrust or it could be magic but it's a moot point as long as it flys.
(Yes I know that's a silly example, I mean come on who believes in magic know a days.)
As I said in a previous post that when James and Pegasus talk about the strength of a reverse kegel and I talk about the force you apply to a reverse kegel that I think we're actually talking about the same thing just using different language to convey ourselves.
This is my opinion on the subject.
Kegels strengthen and tone your pelvic floor muscles
Reverse kegels (the strength or force in which you can do them set aside) make your pelvic floor muscles more flexible
Both combined create a strong and flexible pelvic floor.