I'm using RZR. I could never get CWM to work. And I like the customizations RZR have as opposed to SPR. Especially being able to overclock recovery to speed up flashing. :P
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OG Droid: Rooted running Steel Droid V10.0 [Retired]
Droid 2: Rooted running CM9 [Retired]
Droid 3: Rooted running Minimoto [Active]
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My CWM is showing CWM 184.108.40.206. Did I just receive a newer version that just came out?!?
Droid 1 (was my back up, then let my son have it, and he drowned it within a week)
Chevy01 SS 4.8
ChevyNo1 1.1 Ghz MedV
Baseband --> C_01.43.01P
Droid X (My current back up, and he's not getting it)
RZR, there are just so many options to customize it and I would have to say the overclocking cannot be beat. I have been running it for @least three months now. Every now and then I have an issue with restoring a backup but if I just let it sit awhile it restores just fine. It only seem to mess with me if I try to perform multiple backups and restores all @ once. But all that said I still love it. You can make a backup and restore another in less time then you could make backup on cwm.
Rzrecovery2.0.3 here as well, been using this since release.
ROOTED: OG Droid1, Rzrecovery2.0.3
ROM: Simply Stunning v5.4
KERNAL: ChevyNo1 lv1.0
THEME: B- boy's Fuster Cluck with animated matrix statusbar
I switched to RZR based on recommendations of Liquid (or if not specifically him, the general Liquid team).
With CWM, I had a strange issue where the first attempt at booting into recovery, the SD Card would not be mounted. I always had to double boot into recovery for it to work. It didn't matter if I cold booted into recovery (pressing X on power on) or rebooted from Android into recovery. I assumed it was my SD Card so I swapped out cards with my wife's OD Droid and that fixed for a few times, then back to having to double boot. Then, I switched to RZR and have never had a problem.
May still well be an SD Card problem for all I know, but I've never had to double boot.