I got it to install, but the fun ended with not being able to install the broadcom wireless drivers. The driver manager would show them, but it would not allow me to install the required linux-firmware-nonfree package. You could go ahead and install the driver, but the card wouldn't activate and after a reboot, the driver manager would show a blank screen with no options. After a reinstall, I tried installing the linux-firmware-nonfree package through the software center, which worked and opened up all of the options in the driver manager, but then the wireless was still not active after installation was complete.
This same exact problem happened on two completely different laptops, one an Dell Latitude and the other was an older HP Pavilion. Both used Broadcom wireless chipsets. As good as Mint 16 is, if wireless doesn't work, its useless too me. I also experienced a problem with the system hanging on restart on both laptops, which I could've lived with but not the wireless issue. It was a damned fine, polished OS otherwise. I might dual-boot on my desktop.