BB90 - second hand liability?

Quick question: with all the horror stories, would people buy a used Trek with a BB90 bottom bracket (assuming no stated issues)?

Other than the obvious (see if there’s play, ride it and see if it creaks), are there any obvious checks to do?

Finally, does the Token bb work as a failsafe?

I’m not a big fan of BB90 but it’s easy to replace the bearings when they pack in. Get decent quality bearings and they’ll last a good while. I always grease the bearings when I install them and this tends to stop any creaking.