I wasn't sure if I should post this here or in the general Droid tech issues forum. I was running Pete's first release of Gingerbread with his 1.25ghz kernal. I was trying to revert to stock so I went into ROM Manager and downloaded the stock image at the top of the list. It was something 2.2, it's whatever is there right now. I went into recovery mode and tried to install it but it wouldn't work... so I just renamed the stock image to update.zip, and went back and did it that way. Now, I must have done something wrong, or maybe I wasn't supposed to do that because my phone is a brick now. I can't boot up into recovery mode to recover my backup, and it won't boot up. It gets to the "droid eye" and stays there, and eventually will start over with the boot process until it gets to the eye and so on. When I go to recovery it goes to the screen with the triangle exclamation point next to the generic droid phone. The one thing I CAN do is get into the Bootloader. Can someone tell me how I can recover my backup, and get back to unrooted stock? Or should I just throw it against the wall? Please and thank you!