Hey all! Newb to the forums, but not to Android hacking. My original Motorola Droid died and I'm replacing it this evening with a brand new Droid X. I know there is a stock 2.2 OTA update as of late September, but I'm concerned about the bloat that comes on the machine. I read the sticky about removing the bloatware, of course. I know when the phone was released in August there were major concerns about the ability to install custom ROMs. Is this still something I should be concerned with? My ideal course of action would be root --> ROM --> overclock (I hear 1.2ghz with low volt is best). I just don't want any Moto Blur garbage on my phone and want to get as close to stock Froyo as possible (maybe gingerbread soon?!). My questions are just- I already have RSD Lite installed on my machine from my Droid 1. From what it looks like, there is a program that I can get that will just give me an option to plug in an hit "root" or "unroot." What is this? From there, what are my best options from installing ROMs? And what is the best option for a overclock program? I see a thread a few down "...Easy/Noob Friendly," is that everyone's preference? Or is there something better? I really appreciate your direction on this! Aaron K.