Yeah there's not gunna be any problems. It's made by Gates. They make the oem ones too. It's just stronger. Does it need to be. Probably not. But whatever. No one snaps the belt. Failures are caused by the tensioner failing. So when you do the timing belt service make sure you get a gates belt. Kevlar or not. And OE manufacturer idler and tensioner. Otherwise you're being an r tard
Would you still follow the OE replacement interval, or being that the larger concern is the pulleys, to replace the pulleys and not the belt at the OE interval be stupid? (rhetorical question)
To me, for the average Joe unless the belt breaking has you super paranoid or you must have every blue mod out there it's mostly geared towards customer appeal than improving upon an already great design.
That said, I'd probably buy one... in 7 years or 90k miles