Re: I'll be sticking with TrueCrypt..
TrueCrypt has a flaw in it that allows hidden volumes to be detected
I'm far from convinced that that is the case. My reading of the discussion referred to is that some guy reported that he could detect the presence of a hidden volume, and scored a high success rate in a test, the details of which have not been specified, and refuses to say how he was able to tell the difference. The Veracrypt developer went into panic mode, took a wild guess at how the detection worked, and claims it is fixed. Quite frankly the guess as to the mechanism is not very plausible, as it would mean that it is possible to detect the presence of a block of plaintext zeros by analysing the ciphertext - and if that is true there are far bigger problems than the detection of a hidden volume.
Depending on how the test was carried out, I can think of a couple of magicians' tricks that would enable someone to make a fairly accurate guess as to which files contain encrypted volumes and which do not that would be of no concern in any real application.