So I am fairly new to the forum. Been lurking the past few weeks and doing some research, getting all my stuff straight for a soon-to-be phone upgrade. I'm currently running a Sprint Motorola Q9c (WinMo Standard/non-touch 6.1) on Boost Mobile. So I do have some smartphone experience so far, albeit at this point in time the Q9c is a very 'basic' smartphone. My cousin is upgrading from a Droid 1 to Droid 3 in the next week or so and will be giving me his Droid 1. At this point it is highly likely it will be ending up on Page Plus with the 1200min/1200txt/100MB ~$30/mo plan. My brother also has an LG Ally that I have used personally off and on so know my way around android some. I'm also fairly fluent in using linux (command line largely) so that is a plus. With the new phone in my hands soon I've been plotting out specifically how I'm going to have it set up. Likely going to root it right away, go with Cyanogenmod, strict SetCPU setup, Locale or something like it, and some mild core linux tweaks such as increasing the wifi scan interval. And most specifically finding an application to limit what can and cannot use the 3G connection. I read about one before but can't remember the name. Since I'd only have 100MB a month I'd tighten it down and probably just let the push mail use 3G and lock everything else out. I expect Wifi will be a large focus. Worst case I can use the low speed uncapped QNC connection for some things. The only thing that might be an issue is Google Maps Navigation. I have fallen in love with it but I expect it eats up bandwidth a lot and has a sizable speed requirement beyond QNC's capability. Anything I've missed here? Anything I should be made aware of? One thing you should also know about me is I tend to try and push the envelope of what certain hardware is capable of. I have an older HP PocketPC PDA with Wifi and GPS built in and have attempted to turn it into a full incar infotainment system. Anyways, hi!