"There is one oddity though, which ONLY happens on 22.214.171.1243 version"
I can confirm that 126.96.36.1993 has some serious problems. I just rebuilt a W-7 64-bit DZ68BC PC, using the caching portion of RST with an Intel 330 SSD. I got the entire system built with chipset mode set to RAID and then installed RST, but as soon as I enabled acceleration, the system went into an infinite loop so bad that the system clock no longer updated. I had to power-down, disconnect the cache drive, reboot, and type CNTL-I to enter RAID configuration in order to enable the system drive because RST had explicitly disabled the system drive. After I enabled the system drive, I logged on and moved back in time to a restore point (I wisely created one just before installing RST). After a reboot, I noticed that I no longer saw the RAID data displayed after Intel's BIOS image. I got back into BIOS and noticed that an F9 had been executed, resetting everything back to default (DZ68BC does that sometimes), but the best part was that chipset mode had been reset to AHCI. Even the registry settings were in accordance with AHCI. SSD Toolbox full diag scan found nothing on the 330 SSD.