Just wondering why Beechcraft would have chosen the T-Tail config for the Beech 1900.
I realize it's an outgrowth of the King Air (where there are many T-Tails and conventional tails, depending on the series and production year). Even the 1900's immediate airline successor, the Beech 99, had a conventional configuration tail.
Off of the top of my head, it seems that the possibility of a deep stall situation would argue against the useage of the T-Tail config, however there must be some overriding design reason why the Beechcraft engineers went with the T-Tail.
Thoughts on this, anyone? It seems Beechcraft has loved playing around with the tail configuration ever since they first applied the V-tail to the Bonanza