How to install more than one Rom

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    Im new at this but I have Rubix 1.0 installed on my Droid X and I was wondering how to install a different rom. Not that I want to change but it would be cool to try different roms.
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    First, make a backup of you current rom. Then follow the same process that you used to install your current rom. What recovery process are you using?
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    I am using the Rom manager for my backups. I don't know if it is clockwork recovery or what. But the help is appreciated. Thanks

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    CW is the default for RM. You can, however, SPR in RM by flash the alternate recovery.

    Do you have a preference?
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    I don't have a preference. What does spr mean?

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    SPR is short for SPRecovery. It allows you to make and restore backups

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