I guess it doesn't look like you will be receiving an update about this very soon. As a matter of fact, I think they even don't care about the issue. I wrote many times to the support address to figure out a way of resolving this, but the person who responded me didn't know anything about Mac, and I have to write about 5 times (no kidding or exaggeration) to make her understand what was all about.
I've managed to 'hide' the LogMeIn icon from the menu bar, heres how:
1. Download the following file. It contains a 1x1 pixel, transparent icon that will replace the current logmein icon. 2. With Finder selected, press SHIFT + COMMAND + G (or Go > Go to Folder) 3. In the 'Go to the folder' drop-down, paste '/Library/Application Support/LogMeIn/bin/LogMeInGUI.app/Contents/Resources' (without the quotes) 4. A 'Resources' folder should appear, you'll see two files that need to be replaced: 'lmi_mac_online.png' and 'lmi_mac_offline.png' 5. Unzip the downloaded file which contains 4 files. 6. Drag and drop all 4 files to the 'Resources' folder, you'll need to authenticate the files. 7. Exit and reopen logmein, you'll see there is no icon, but a tiny gap that is clickable!
I unfortunately don't have the logmein folder in Application Support, I tried uninstalling weeks ago (obviously unsuccessfully) and can't get this stupid icon out of my menu bar. When I click on the icon it offers the option to click only 'Open Logmein' but when I click it nothing happens.