I'm trying it right now. First i'll let it only check for bad files, which it is doing now. If it's a long list (and i have a lot of freeware/payware scenery -incl. Amsterdam Schiphol-) than i'll probably let it fix everything. But than i'll make a back-up first. I will share my results here.
It's sounds quite promising.
Update 1: Ok, it was quite a long list it turned up with. Aerosoft and trafficX being the biggest 'offenders'.
I'll try those first and than maybe later the rest. I back-upped most of the folders that were reported, since i altered all the TrafficX AI traffic with Shockwave lights and TSS sounds, and i dont want to lose them.. had put a lot of work and time in it.
I'm quite hesitant, because in my life I have put myself more than once into sheer misery and regret after a 'brilliant' idea without taking the necessary precautions.
FSX runs great right now, but i still do encounter some stuttering once in a while. It would be great if it turns out to be a reported airport, scenery or AI plane causing that.
But it would be a real bummer if chasing a little annoyance would leave me with a broken FSX installation or screwed up textures.
Update 2: Well, i just fixed the Aerosoft and TrafficX maps and taxied a while through Amsterdam and everything seemed fine. The low FPS scared me (minimums of 20 FPS, mostly arond 22-25) since it would normally stay above 25, but i had recently added some roadtraffic again and i'm sure that is lowering performance. But no texture glitches or anything, so later i will try some more folders.