Still not really following what you said... (I think you've got some words out of order.)
I wasn't asking about wrapping the Label.
I was asking about wrapping other Form Elements inside of the Label.
There is a difference.
Anyways, I am getting more confused by my own testing...
In the past, it seemed like if the Label and Radio Button were separate, then if you clicked on the Label, it would NOT select the Radio Button.
And then I thought Ralph told me by wrapping the Radio Button inside of the Label, it would make it so that when the user clicked on either the Label or Radio Button, the Radio Button would get selected - which is definitely better!
But now based on my own testing, I am wondering if what makes the Label/Radio Button pair work is not whether the Label wraps things, but inside whether the Label FOR and Radio Button ID match... :-/
(And I mention Label/Radio Buttons, because presumably the logic is similar for Label/Drop-Down Lists as well...)
At the end of the day, the intent of my OP was just to make sure I am using the best code to link Labels with Form Objects and make it easier for both sighted and sight-less users!