So this all started when I realized that having your SD card mounted and receiving a call/text message that relied on a sound file on said SD card can result in a full wipe of your ringtone/notifications customization.
I wanted to save my notifications and ringtones to my phone's internal memory so I would never have this problem again.
So after about 3 hours of research I came to the conclusion that rooting my droid was going to be my only option and I started reading up on that.
Now, 2 of the 6 other Moto Droids in my family have been rooted for all of the fun reasons: overclocking, wifi tethering, custom boot animations etc etc but I didn't really think I'd want any of those, except for maybe the overclock.
So using How-To Root your stock 2.1 Droid I successfully gained root access to my droid and did the moving of the notifications and ringtones to my internal memory.
But seeing how relatively painless it was, I decided to try my hand at Overclocking. I used http://www.droidforums.net/forum/hac...ation-etc.html to install a 1ghz low voltage kernel and set up SetCPU and now have my droid ticking along at a nifty 1ghz.
Now I've run into a "problem". I'm currently running completely otherwise stock Android, except for LauncherPro, which is an awesome home screen app. It was slick before, but the Overclocking made it fly. But now I'm kind of interested in doing more with my droid (slightly obsessive/compulsive personality here!) but I don't know what I want to do yet.
I really like the look of LauncherPro and while I wouldn't mind reskinning the icons and what not, I'm willing to live with what I've got.
Any suggestions? I realize it's kind of vague, but yeeeeah.