Hello everyone. Recently getting some study for CFI with a friend, we got into a heated argument about controlling the aircraft on approach to landing. I stated that on final, I like to maintain wings level and do small corrections with the rudder for directional control and alignment to the runway (still using ailerons adjustments as necessary). My friend "yield" at me stating that Im gonna kill myself and that he uses the ailerons to keep directional control and alignment to the runway on final (looks to me he doesn't use rudders). I understand and am aware of the statistics for stall on "base to final" for lack of rudder CONTROL (non-control / over-control). But I believe and was taught to use the rudder for alignment on final. Of course I use ailerons for wind compensation and on the runway I put more aileron into the wind and rudder as required for correct alignment to the runway. But it seems to me that my friend has less rudder control than I think he should, plus he is making me feel I am doing something awfully wrong. I would love to hear your comments. Thanks!