I unplugged my phone at 7:30 this morning and am sitting at 70% 10 1/2 hours later. I've been reading the forums for a while and see a lot of "my battery life sucks" threads, so I thought I might be able to help. The biggest thing that I've found that helps a lot is to keep wifi/bluetooth/gps off unless you're using them. If I'm gonna make a long phonecall, I'll turn on my gps and my bluetooth and make the call, then when I'm done I turn it off. I know a lot of people use their bluetooth constantly throughout the day, so this won't help everyone. I use googlemaps constantly during my job, but gps stays off until I get into an area I'm familiar with, then I turn it back off so it doesn't have to constantly monitor my location. I've found this helps a ton. I guess I should say what setup I have as well. I've got it rooted with Darkslide v4.2 loaded, and used QuickClock to overclock/underclock. I use the balanced profile, which drops my voltage down quite low when the phone is sleeping, but runs at 1265 mhz when it needs to. I also have CacheMate set to delete my cache once a day. I have my weather apps set to update once an hour, so it's not constantly checking and updating things that aren't terribly important. I know it's pretty common info to a lot of you guys, but with all the threads I see, hopefully it'll help a few people having problems. I've gone from not even knowing what rooting was to rooting my phone, loading a custom rom, and over/underclocking successfully without ever having a single problem. This forum is alone worth sticking with an Android device for life. Other forums are full of "That's been covered before, use the search button idiot," but not this one. People answer quickly and often offer to personally help new members through PM's. Thanks again guys and gals and keep it up.