We get that. We just have zero replies from the staff and admins. This kind of deafening silence is what's getting to me. Also, what you've quoted above is obsolete. If the admins were in fact testing newer µTorrent builds, we'd see µTorrent 3.4.2 whitelisted because its been a lot more than 2-4 weeks since it was released and it is quite similar to µTorrent 3.4.3. I personally believe that the admins have stopped testing it and have pretty much banned all future µTorrent versions.
I don't like the fact that the admins are calling 3.X (and future) versions "bad" without really testing the newest codebase.
I have to agree with the admins that µTorrent 3.3.X was absolutely terrible. It was a bloated mess, but things have changed and the latest µTorrent is a lot more stable and is a lot less resource hungry than the former versions. The BakaBT admins argue that µTorrent is not the best program, and they have every right to their own personal opinion, but handcuffing BakaBT users from using a recent µTorrent build (which works perfectly fine on private trackers) is less than ideal.
The BakaBT admins say they have people saying the same thing over and over again. That's because unless a torrent client has a negative impact on the torrent tracker, the admins should have NO say on what client a user can use.
The current situation is similar to the admins saying you can't use the Chrome Browser on BakaBT anymore because the recent builds have been memory hungry. Does it affect the tracker? No.
Now just watch the admins dismiss my post or simply lock the thread because I went against their beliefs.