Which of the following two is correct?
- there is still room for improvement with the implemented tool
- there is still room for improvement of the implemented tool
I used the with alternative in my thesis, but was told to use of instead. However, the way I see it both are correct with the first one meaning "there is room for improvement concerning the tool", while the second one says "there is room for - improvement of the tool". I am simply trying to say that the tool can still be improved and am now unsure whether the sentence can be used with with.