Ok lets say you have an old obsolete motherboard with a final Bios, I guess I can see using a modded bios. The risk is low, especially if others are having good results. Undertand that bios is the crux of stability with your computer, the engineers spend many hours programming it to stability. Granted inserting a slic table in an old bios is low risk but there are reports of functions lost due to space/capacity. However lets say you have a new motherboard, maybe UEFI, maybe not just new. What are the advatages of a bios mod? I mean any possible target from M$ to attack the loader would disable a bios mod anyway. A new motherboard will go thru quite a few bios updates, everytime someone attempts to insert the slic there is potential for a bricked Mb for the new bios. A lot of folks on this forum seem to think a bios mod is superior but I just don't see it. I think newcommers, who are most likely to have new hardware should think twice about a bios mod over the loader. I seriously doubt that M$ will everfind a means to disable the Daz loader band not disable a bios mod, the both require a certificate and a key, those are the vulnerabilities. The Slic table loader is outside M$'s territory, breaching that would be no different that breaching bios and would be against even M$'s rules. Just my 2 cents.