While I am the keeper of SDIO, I am a tech first. And the first rule of the tech is “do no harm”. “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” etc etc … If the installed drivers seem to be working correctly, why would you install different ones?
SDIO (and every other tool in your toolkit) is a tool to help you do your job. Don’t let it take over your job. Don’t get complacent and and just blindly run every tool on every computer that comes your way. You need to think about what you’re doing, confirm that what the tool wants to do is, in fact, the right thing to do. SDIO, for example, gives you loads of information about the installed drivers alongside it’s recommended drivers and other potential drivers. It’s decision algorithms are quite good but, like every tool, it’s not infallible.
You need to look at the information and decide for yourself if it’s the right thing to do and at least have an idea of how you’re going to roll back if it goes badly.
And remember, the latest version is not always the best.