I have had my ironing board for 55 years! It has the T legs, is height adjustable and quite sturdy (hence it’s long life). I press a lot of yardage from time to time and thought of getting one of the big boards, but DH made me a plywood topper for it (1/2 inch) and I padded with an old army blanket (4 layers) and then stapled an ironing board cover on it. I can move it off to get back to the standard ironing board if needed, but I usually use it all the time. It has the square end where it used to be the narrow end Like you, I use that square end a lot. Loved seeing how you iron your shirts. I was taught to iron the collar, then the sleeves, then the body of the shirt last.