Granted, Elitebytes is constantly fixing problems as they are identified. The problem is that new problems keep popping up. I still have not been able to install this on my ASUS desktop, and will probably quit trying - the gain isn't worth the pain. I am worried that one day, I will try and install it and it will wipe out one or both of my hard drives (one is SSD).
Yes, I have up to date image backups for my SSD drive, and file backup for my HDD, but that isn't the point.
A program like this, that changes the nature of the users system and storage drives needs to be, by definition, 100% safe. At this time, I do not have that warm and fuzzy feeling about it.