I keep hoping they will be sued for the claiming
of the "worlds toughest glue".
Like all moisture cured urethane glues, Gorilla glue
is really a FOAM glue and thusly weakened in joints
because air/gas bubbles are holding the joint together
instead of solid glue.
I mention this as I just read the great blog about
the building of the "Black-Fly" and his glue failures
and need to re-glue with epoxy.
If you need the strongest possible joints in wood to wood
joints NEVER use moisture cured urethane. If it doubt
the glue expands greatly out of the joints as the bubbles
form and the glue foams out of the joint. This also
goes for single part construction adhesives that are
moisture cured urethanes or polyurethanes.
Good wood glues and carpenters glues will create strong
joints if the joints fit perfectly and can be clamped.
If the joints are not perfectly fitted or it is difficult
to optimally clamp the joint, then use 2 part EPOXY
as it is gap filling without loss of adhesive strength.
If the joint strength is not critical or is cosmetic in nature,
then gorilla glue is ok for use.