Regshot from 1.8.x to the current 1.9.0 betas (excepting r260 which crashed here and you fixed) has been great. An excellent replacement for Inctrl5. That install tracker has massive problems with crashing recording Windows 7 registry changes. It will show you the file changes OK, but only the registry changes about 10% of the time you run it. It worked fine in Windows XP & prior. Regshot is also far superior to the modern Inctrl5 replacement Inctrl X. Because for some ill advised reason, that version can no longer do two-phase install compares like 5 and Regshot can do.
With one major exception. In Inctrl5's reports under Files added: & Files deleted:, it has lines under each file showing you both the full Date: and Size:. For example:
Date: 12/11/2012 12:58 PM
Size: 43,272 bytes
Even better, under Files changed:, it shows you the old & new dates and sizes for every file changed. For example:
c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\SomeProgram\somefile.log
Old date: 12/19/2012 2:28 PM
New date: 12/19/2012 3:11 PM
Old size: 36,622 bytes
New size: 53,992 bytes
That's incredibly useful. Can see at a glance when uninstalling if you need to do anything with changed files or not. Also see if files with new dates have changed in size or not, which can possibly indicate if those changed files are actually any different from the old. Finally, can quickly correlate those file dates/sizes with manifests of a particular program's file versions.
Regshot doesn't do this; it doesn't add dates or sizes to any files it records. As a result, for informative reports its necessary to run both Inctrl5 (for file tracking) and Regshot (for registry tracking). In fact, if Inctrl5 didn't fail to record Windows 7's registry properly, I wouldn't be using Regshot at all.
So hopefully Regshot can record and show in its reports dates and sizes of files like Inctrl5 does. And, if you want to go further, extract file versions from executable files to add as well (if it doesn't add substantial time to the recording). Hopefully by the time 1.9.0 goes full release.