For Gods sake no. It's not user friendly. It's about as non-user friendly a material there is. Ex roofers all like EPDM for some reason. Cary is an ex roofer. Uhhm, yea...cause it works! The first part of my roofing life, I worked for a company that installed mod bit, BUR and CTP. We always thought single plies (EPDM, PVC & TPO) were garbage. Mostly because we were always fixing problems with them. With EPDM/TPO, it was installation issues and with PVC it was installation issues and material defects. The last part of my roofing career was with one of Carlisle's biggest installers in the country. EPDM is a fantastic product. You can line a swimming pool with it. Seriously. The installation problems we see in the HI biz is mostly caused by installation issues, but it's not complicated to install. In fact, if you can do peel & stick, you can do fully adhered. Instead of peeling, you just gotta roll on your own glue. The real decision on what type of roofing to use, depends on the structure. You wouldn't want to put mod bit or BUR on less than 1/4"/ft slope, but you can put EPDM there. If the deck is going to be close to the roof, prohibiting sun and air movement, causing longer periods of standing water, stay away from mod bit.