Ok let's keep on with this discussion...
DScore isn't a crystall ball, it cannot predict me or you going crazy or going casinò.
Can Return/Risk or return/(Risk)^2 predict the future?
Is Dscore better than classical rates to compare systems?
Because Performance alone tells the same story than all classical rates that consider just Return and drawdawn.
Performance is then combined to other fundamentals like Market Correlation or Risk Stability that dig a bit deeper on the style of the trader, on hidden dangers that can lie behind a spectacular green chart.