My knee health isn't great, but not terrible. I do have tracking issues, mostly from injuries over the years, particularly from a fractured tibia in my teens that didn't heal properly, which in turn altered my gait and, over time, screwed up my knees.
I'd love for someone to look at my form, but, oddly enough, I've been lifting for 14 years and I personally know exactly zero people who lift seriously.
I'll continue to experiment with them. So far I've tried wider and narrower stances, played with foot placement, eg, more outward pointing or not, etc.
But I'm not afraid to train without them. It's kind of like the joke about the guy who goes to the doctor and tells him (or her... see, old dogs can learn new tricks) "it hurts when I do this," and the doctor replies, "then don't do that." That's part of my training philosophy, differentiating between good pain and bad pain, and eliminating movements that don't work for you, or have a higher risk factor than beniefit factor. I'd probably lump barbell rows into this category. Yeah, they're a great basic compound exercise, but I've never been able to get into a groove with them. It just feels like I'm stressing my lower back for a sub-par (for me) lat movement, so I just do other movements that do work for me, like one arm db rows.