Also if i used a p-type mosfet then I would not be able to pull the voltage up enough to full switch off reverse problem. Since my Vgs = (-12 to -7) and my Vds is -12.
I was already on the path of using the 2N7000 as a sink after a pull-up. Your discussion on connecting my positive rails to create a -V setup for the P-type that really gave me a good base.
I don't know why but I mentally really like being voltage controlled instead of current when doing a PWM.
So how come I don't see Mosfet/Mosfet that often for driving a load?
Must be because you've been living in a cave for the past few decades. Can't think of another explanation as using a MOSFET as power driver is the norm.
Then definitely don't use any of these setups. It's too slow, you're going to keep your MOSFETs too long in half-open state as the pull-up slowly discharges the gate, causing heat and a generally poor performance.
Do i get it enough to be dangerous?