As you may know there are opposing arguments on enabling TRIM on Mac OS X systems.
Some people claim that, since it’s blacklisted in Linux systems, TRIM should never be enabled in Mac OS X systems for Samsung 8xx SSDs. I have seen other people claiming Samsung suggests not enabling it, while other people like Scott here, claims that Samsung blamed him for loss of device as he didn't enable TRIM.
Anyway, I have read Temptin's comment in this post and decided to enable TRIM on my Mac as well (I have Samsung 850 PRO). S/he argues with evidence that Samsung 850 PRO have implemented sequential TRIM, and Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) also uses sequential TRIM.
But, after enabling TRIM I felt a bit uncomfortable from all I read.
Since all I have read was a bit dated, my question would be is there any update on this debate? Is there any recent evidence that may suggest disabling TRIM will be more beneficial or enabling TRIM will have dire consequences?