My wife drove a BYD Atto last week and loved it. She thinks we should get one as a secondary vehicle. I mentioned to her the apparent fire risk with this brand but she still loves the idea.
BYD blade batteries are LFP and supposed to be one of the(if not the) safest batteries.
Have a look at some proper puncture/torture tests of LFP (aka Lithium Iron Phosphate/LiFePo4) batteries of various brands (inc BYD blade) on youtube versus Li-ion (aka Lithium ternary or Lithium NCM/Lithium Nickel Cobalt Manganese) batteries. LFP is very stable and resistant to combustion when heated or punctured compared to the other types.
BYD make batteries for many other EV brands - e.g. The Berlin built Tesla have BYD blade LFP batteries.
I think BYD have been getting quite a bit of anti EV/anti China media coverage, but I saw a quite interesting article where BYD still make a lot of Hybrid/Plug-in hybrid vehicles and seem to have a big problem with petrol based fires and it appears this is just being attributed (wrongly) to their EVs.