I've recently moved to Ubuntu 16.04 and tried this theme while brushing up the looks. It went unexpetedly disastrous: all apps and folders looked like either fully black or transparent to the point of invisibility boxes. It seemed like in fact everything worked as per usual but I couldn't access anything without graphics. Nautilus, terminal, tweak tool etc, only Chrome remained unaffected (perhaps, because it uses its own theme). Only after I removed DeLorean_Noir Theme via console [rm -r /home/myusername/.themes/DeLorean_Noir] I was able to work normally again. Of course, it might be that that the problem lies in my machine, but I just wanted to let you know there may be incompatibility with 16.04. In the syslog there were often repeated phrases:
Aug 11 14:33:46 Mycompname gnome-session: (gnome-shell:3667): St-WARNING **: Ignoring excess values in shadow definition
Aug 11 14:33:51 Mycompname gnome-session: message repeated 27 times: [ (gnome-shell:3667): St-WARNING **: Failed to load file:///home/myusername/.themes/DeLorean_Noir/gnome-shell/panel_top.png: Error opening file: No such file or directory]
I am quite a newb, so I do not really know if it bears any importance.
However that may be, thank you for the beautiful themes you make, the others work just fine.