I got too used to TotalFinder to live without it Decided to partly disable SIP and TF works good in 10.11: tabs, cut, show-hidden-files shortcut. Here is the SIP config I have now (hopefuly I'm not too unsafe now):
$ csrutil status
System Integrity Protection status: enabled (Custom Configuration).
Apple Internal: disabled
Kext Signing: enabled
Filesystem Protections: enabled
Debugging Restrictions: disabled
DTrace Restrictions: enabled
NVRAM Protections: enabled
This is an unsupported configuration, likely to break in the future and leave your machine in an unknown state.
Someone mentioned machine wouldn't reboot from Recovery after typing "reboot". It took about 30 secs here also (black screen and all) and then it restarted.
EDIT: while it technicaly works I realised Finder works choppy (version 1.7.3). There is no extra CPU usage or anything. Problem is most visible when opening a Finder window and clicking on Downloads icon in Dock (setting: display as Stack and view as Fan). It'll open slowly/choppy, like 10fps, moving mouse around dock will be choppy when hovering near Download icon. Pretty weird. Since my SIP is partly disabled I removed TF and also tried XtraFinder, which also works as should, I didn't detect it working slow. There is a tiny design details why I prefer and bought TF, but will use XF for now until this is hoprefuly fixed.