Except for a few odd shirts to wear with sweaters, why not have French cuffs on all shirts. They're more comfortable and hang better.
No reason you can't, if you prefer it! Though I think some, particularly in the US, like the more casual look of barrel cuffs as a dressed up country look with ties. I often do. Though I've done double cuffs also with the right links with tweeds. If you don't do a lot of tweeds, a double cuff will certainly give your business wear more panache.
I couldnt agree more, Rocco. I do not own any button cuff dress shirts now and only wear French cuff shirts except for some casual shirts to wear with sweaters as you said.
I don't know, why not? I know I do for the most part -- 95% of my shirts are double cuffs. The remaining few are either triple button or turnback cuffs from T&A or H&H, or my new obsession, single cuff shirts.
I understand what you are saying, but it is not practical in many situations to wear shirts with french cuffs; The need for cufflinks makes it more expensive to dress by creating the need for another unneeded accessory.
Personally I don't find them to be more comfortable than a button cuff; however, for those who do I suppose that there is no reason that they shouldn't have them on all of their shirts. I have one white dress shirt and a pleated front shirt for my tux that have French cuffs. All the rest are button cuffs.