Hokay, next up is Liberty 3 2.0. This rom is a GB rom based on Motorola Blur and AOSP apps. It looks mostly AOSP, but uses Motorola's framework and hardware libs. This makes the rom very stable, with everything working 100%. This is about as complete a rom as anybody could ask for. Unfortunately since this isn't a 2nd-init rom, we probably won't see many major new features beyond what the stock rom was already capable of. No fancy Cyanogenmod or MIUI stuff. It does have a nice toolbox app that lets you do overclocking and change many performance oriented settings under the hood. JRummy also has a collection of apps in the market that expands upon the features of the toolbox. Battery life is better than average, but seems like it goes down faster since it does have 1% battery level increments. HDMI works!
Liberty3 V2.0 For The Droid X 11/28 - Sunday Bloody Sunday!
NenaMark2: did not run
Passmark: System 987, CPU 1303, Disk 2503, Memory 1044, 2D 819, 3D 469
Seems to be significantly slower in a few benchmarks. Specifically Vellamo shows that MIUI ICS probably will render web pages faster. The GUI interactions still seem fast so despite the benchmarks, you may not notice a difference performance wise.