I kind of agree with this more because of the comments about full ROM and powerlifting squats. That says to me OP has made up their mind about what a 'real' squat is (which in itself is pretty ridiculous). That's usually a sign of ignorance or stupidity, and results in any method or idea that doesn't fit within that paradigm being rejected out of hand. Do that and you miss out of all kinds of methods that could be real game changers.
If it matters to you to squat deep with a particular stance and bar position, cool, that's your thing and if you've got the structure to do it you'll be fine. If your body isn't built to squat that way and you force it, best case scenario you'll miss out on how much weight you can put on the bar.
I always figure with any lift a massive part of getting strong at it after learning the basics is to find the best way to do it for you. That might not always be how you envisaged or wanted it, but it comes down to whether you want to move more weight safely or move weight in a certain way regardless of how well you can do that.
TL;DR if you close your mind to possible ways to do something, you may find it hard or impossible to achieve what you want.