I have had my Droid running 2.1-update 1 for about 3 months now, and after reading up on all the benefits and customization options of a rooted phone, I have decided to go for it. Using the instructions found on Droid-life.com, I now have the SPRecovery installed successfully. Step 2 indicates that after backing up all files, proceed to installing a rooted ROM. My question is, how do I make sure all my files are backed up successfully? I installed Astro File manager and backed up all my apps, which isn't that big of a deal because I can always re-download apps, since I don't have too many yet anyway. My worry is doing something wrong during the process and not having use of my phone at all. Is there a backup that I can use to store every file of my phone to my computer, so that I can restore to factory default if need be? I'm completely new to this, and not very tech-savvy, so a lot of the terms i'm not in complete understanding of. Basically, what I'm asking is for someone to help walk me through step by step from a non-rooted, stock droid firmware version 2.1-update 1 to a rooted, preferably 2.2 version. I have viewed videos & read instructions, but still not in complete understanding. Thanks to anyone that can help!!