I am just looking at what I can play with because I like the MIUI framework, but I think the wood look is too classy for my taste and I like to run my ROMs at 192 screen density. It seemed like not all of MIUI agreed with me about that. Not to mention, while Cyanogen is a great coder and I can't vouch for results on his device of choice, I have never run a single one of the ports without sacrificing battery life, so the whole merged idea doesn't really appeal to me.
The regular D1-Miui only uses cyanogenmod bin, xbin, init.d and bootimg. The hybrid just uses cyanogenmod phone, contacts, dialer and some other apps. The rest is miui.
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Yeah, and it's the boot image and init.d I plan to mess with most. I also want to see about changing how those bubbles generate, but that may not be in the cards. Anywho, back to the fun little program I have teaching me how to port Nexus to Droid at lightspeed. Probably shouldn't have taken so much time off working with ROMs. Can't take another three day vacation to start from scratch.