It's always amusing to watch some people assume that the objections to LoTW have to do with being a old, technophobic, illiterate moron.
I was on LoTW under my old call.... for about 20 minutes. Wasn't hard to set up at all. I "only" have a HS education. When I discovered it was a double-blind system, I logged off and went back to eQSL. Since I didn't keep much of a log back then, I had no records to upload. LoTW was useless to me.
If you're a U.S. licensed ham, but not an ARRL member, the LoTW system is still useless, IMO. You get no access to apply for any awards at all. I see no reason to participate in a system that imposes a "poll tax" on top of the normal LoTW fees, especially when that "tax" isn't imposed on hams outside the U.S.A.
If the ARRL ever opens the awards system to everyone, regardless of ARRL membership or not, then I'll consider signing back up. I'm not going to hold my breath.