Am I the only one who worries that VZW will use this opportunity to "lock down" the Droid 1 and (attempt to) prevent rooting and custom ROMs? On the one hand, as long is there a way to update the phone there probably will be a way to use that mechanism to install a "roll your own" type update. On the other hand, it wouldn't be rocket science to require update.zip files to be digitally signed or something like that before the updater will process them (assuming the ability to modify/replace the updater via OTA). I'm just hoping that in a day or so we don't see the first recipients of the push saying "OMG, I got the push and can't root". If that happens there will be a mad dash of folks putting their phones into "Airplane" mode and installing custom ROMs to dodge the update. Is this a completely irrational notion and simply not possible OTA? On a separate note, it seems that we know (or can reasonably assume) that the WiFi hotspot and tethering capability won't be in the push from VZW -- or will have some sort of mechanism built in to detect/track it's use and require a paid feature on your account to work. Or if they were really crafty, have the files there, but disabled, but they are modified files that notify VZW of their use even if you do hack it and enable them. I guess we'll all know soon enough.