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I have whiteside v-groove bits.
Not hard
It takes considerably more time to route a groove in each of your matting pieces then it takes to just glue a strip to the edge of plywood. It also uses more wood since it has to be wide enough to profile.
Yes, although I use a pin nailer where I can
It gives a stronger edge, but I don’t think it’s worth it.

One other comment I’d like to add, the v-groove bits leave two very fragile, sharply pointed edges that tend to splinter. If you do this, go with the tongue and groove type.

In woodworking there is always more then one way to accomplish something.
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