Dr. Phlox shares the exact same mentality and distrust about the transporter as Dr. McCoy of the original Star Trek.
Phlox: Transporter technology is very new. I'm sure Humans were equally frightened when the automobile was introduced, or the airplane. New forms of transport take a while to get used to. I'm not at all surprised at your reaction. You wouldn't catch me using that apparatus.
Hoshi: Ever since I used that transporter, nothing has been the way that it's supposed to be. I couldn't translate a simple bimodal syntax but Crewman Baird could. Crewman Baird doesn't know the first thing about our linguistic database! And Captain Archer told me to stay in my quarters, but my mirror doesn't want to give me a solid reflection and my shower can't decide whether to bounce off me or go through me! And nobody wants to talk to me.
Trip: How do those molecules feel? All in the right place?
Hoshi: I'll let you know.
Trip: All the kings horses and all the kings men.
Referencing the Mother Goose tale "Humpty Dumpty." Originally a riddle, it was first published in Mother Goose's Melody (1803). The character appeared in in Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass (1872) and is referenced in many other works.