Personal choice. It does take up a primary partition slot so that can be a disadvantage for some. It is essential for booting (if it's present) so if your drive fails you need to restore the SRP and the OS partition to a new drive otherwise Win10 won't boot because there are no booting files. In my Win10 MBR computer I prefer no SRP. I note you have 348 GB of Free Space in your Win10 partition. If you wanted to use BIBM to multi-boot, you have stacks of space for a test Win10 and a Linux OS. Also TBWinPE and IFL partitions. Edit ... The SRP is necessary for those using BitLocker.