Sure, although QM isn't metaphysics per-se, it can be put in relation to metaphysics. The cutting edge of physics is a story, like this one, and like all answers to untenably complex questions, must be a simplified, metaphorical basis, a logically necessary bedrock upon which to rest other conclusions. QM is a story which explains the available evidence but it's a story based on tenable hypotheses, not logical necessity. It's a theory in the sense of best guess rather than that which best explains the evidence, which in this context on a contention between many similar theories all of which are mathematically equivalent at some level. My choice for the proper answer is the carrier wave hypothesis, which explains the evidence mathematically but also does not offend our intuitions, making it easier to develop and test new hypotheses. Concepts which defy understanding in simple, casual ways are an indication that the wrong metaphor is being applied to explain that level of reality.
I can't say with any clarity what you consider an acceptable answer but i addressed all the sides of the question that came to mind. It's all in there.