They have industry standards for a reason, shouldn't need a compatibility chart of switches tested with. In the decades that I've worked in IT I've never had a device that said it supported PoE in 802.3af/at not work with a switch that supplies it. 75% of the time I have to power it with auxiliary power so I quit using it, never ran into this with other mikrotik products like wall mount APs, and small switch/routers, it they all had the same issue no reasonable IT guy would be deploying them for their clients. Mikrotik cheaped out on something here and I'm disappointed, this is essentially false advertisement of capabilities. These little guys could have been very useful but its a crap shoot as to if they will power up off the switch you plug them into.
not understanding the advertisement != false advertisement
I think I am biased since I just use Mikrotiks but I dont get the same impression, Mikrotiks documentation is generally spot on most of the time, there has been times where we needed to contact them cos the site and the brochure didn't 100% match up but other than that the PoE documentation on their site is usually pretty good?
Are you able to give us an example of a switch and mikrotik pairing that is not able to run?