Caitlyn, here is my report. Though no action is requested, someone might find it helpful.
I ignored your caution that this was to be done following a new install and, on my system, ran:
That seemed to work, though as the screen flashed by I thought I saw a couple of errors in cups. No doubt I will learn if this is a problem on Monday, when I try to print something. I doubt I will have problems.
I then went into gslapt and disabled all except the patches repository and had a look. Everything seemed fine (much better) but the following programs were not installed:
I clicked on each and each gave me only a download option. I clicked through the download and got no dependency error (I had received such an error before running the upgrade as I reported yesterday). I unmarked each file. I added back the packages and extra repositories and got out of gslapt without executing anything.
I then tried vasmCC (ver 1.06 is on my system) for the heck of it (I use vasm, which works fine) and got the following error:
 Cannot load class 'FAltMain': Version too old. Please recompile the project.
I have no present intention of doing anything, much less recompiling some project, as everything I use is working fine.
Also, wifi-radar no longer appears in the menu and has to be started from the terminal. This happened yesterday, when I was fooling around with patches in gslapt.
Thanks for your help.