Another no here.
I used to regularly install Iron, but had noticed that there was really no practical difference between it and Chromium even before Texstar gave that heads up about the scam the author was running.
On my Windows installs I used to install Iron just because there aren't binaries for Chromium available, and continued to run Iron on Windows for another few months after I purged it from my Linux installs. Now the Windows installs want to use something other than Google for searching, redirect away from the Chrome App store, and Iron just generally feels like a hijacked browser.
I found that Comodo has their own repackaged version of Chromium, this one with actual extra features, and now my Windows installs run that instead of Iron.
I'm going to vote to purge Iron from the repos entirely - from my recent contact with the browser, it seems even worse than it used to be and I don't trust it.
Here's a link to a story about Iron, although it doesn't mention the issues I have personally seen on the Windows version:http://insanitybit.wordpress.com/2012/06/23/srware-iron-browser-a-real-private-alternative-to-chrome-21/