Alright. Sorry if this is going in the wrong forum, but its sort of a conversational question. I may have already posted this at droidrzr.com but it was being *****y so I'm not sure.
Razr maxx, 6.16.211. Three days ago, I'm all "What hell! Safestrap and rom time! Why not?" Started off with Eclipse, then tried the beloved Liquid that I remembered so fondly from my D2G days. Ikream, BW, Koa and Full Throttle, both AOKP and CM9, Arctic, and Gummy in that time have also seen at least five minutes on my phone.
The connundrum: Eclipse thus far is my favorite. Of the Blur roms it is the least Verizony, frigging loooove swype (for some reason...) and next to the AOKPs is the most efficient one I've tried. Only thing I really wish that there was is a few more settings, and an option in double tap home launch for messaging. Its one of the only rooms with a double tap home option anyway, and Im super used to having that work like that.... and I notice on the Eclipse features, dude mentions the from specific launcher settings and that there' Will theres not much there yet. Will there be more there at some point? Because if Eclipse had maybe the ability for me to customize the power widget or other things that I'm enamored with in the other AOSP, AOKP, and CM9 rooms, it would be stupendous. Is this simply not possible with a Blur rom?
Not absolutely the biggest fan concerning the AOKPs jittery setup and certain instabilities. The resolution issue when switching from landscape to portrait drives me batty. I know it shouldn't, but it does. The camera, albeit strangely, almost unbelievably fast, just feels weird. And also, I'm sorta a huge fan of web top. A frigging phone that turns into a usable desktop computer? Seriously bad ass.
So here's my thing... should I stick with Eclipse and wait for more tweakability, or should I stick with Koa (my personal favorite AOKP) and wait for more fluidity? Perhaps someone knows of some mods or scripts that I can just fix this stuff myself? Or do I just suck it up and deal with it? Opinions appreciated.