Maybe, Chris, however... What has been suggested by some modern writers about the Classical pronunciation of Latin might be right or might be wrong, but the written testimony of Latin speakers says "this is the way" and that's how it has been taught for at least 1600 years. It would be quite radical and modern to say I shall pronounce as I wish because it may have been otherwise 2000 years ago, in spite of the written evidence. Of course, pronunciation is conventional and has varied, but it's a bit extreme to reject so much teaching from those whose first language was latin because Allen says (Vox Latina, p.87), "It has been suggested..." Maybe instead of "It is not correct to say", I really should have said "it has never been recommended to say". Yes, I prefer that formula.
Verumtamen, Chris(tophore),... Utrum sit verum necnÃ© quod aliqui scriptores moderni suggerunt de linguae latinae locutionem aetate classicÃ¢, aliter attestuntur ei qui mille sescentis annis (ad minimÃºm) et linguam loquebantur et hac super re scribebant docebantque. QuÃ m provocationem modernam, modo tuo enuntiare quiÃ itÃ forsitan enuntiavisses ante haec dua millia annorum, indicia scripta contrÃ¡. Dicere potes certÃ©, modum loquendi convenientem esse et mutabilem, sed intemperans totas scriptoras abdicare illorum qui Ã natu latinÃ¨ loquebantur, et sic propter haec verba Alleni (apud librum Vox Latina nomine, pagina octoginta septem), "Suggestum est..." FortassÃ¨ non "falsum est" scripsisse debui, sed "itÃ non est et numquam erat commendatum". Hanc formulam quidem praefero.