Despite the recent advances in the theory underlying obfuscation, there still is a need to evaluate the quality of practical obfuscating transformations more quickly and easily. This paper presents the first steps toward a comprehensive evaluation suite consisting of a number of deobfuscating transformations and complexity metrics that can be readily applied on existing and future transformations in the domain of binary obfuscation. In particular, a framework based on software complexity metrics measuring four program properties: co de, control flow, data and data flow is suggested. A number of well-known obfuscating and deobfuscating transformations are evaluated based upon their impact on a set of complexity metrics. This enables us to quantitatively evaluate the potency of the (de)obfuscating transformations.