One of my biggest concerns with the Droid since day one has been speed--not necessarily within some apps, but system wide. It's frustrating to see even the latest and greatest phones still struggle with things like menu swipes and app lists. With many months of constant modding and tweaking, I can finally say I am quite proud with the performance of my Droid. For those like me who prefer speed and response over flash, you will appreciate my setup for the speediest Droid experience. Here is what I have: - CyanogenMod 6.0 RC2 Nightly Build: 08032010 - ChevyNo1 2.6.32 Overclock Kernel - Medium Voltage @ 1Ghz - ADW Launcher Here are the respective settings: CyanogenMod Performance Settings - JIT enabled - Surface Dithering disabled - Lock Home in Memory enabled - VM Heap Size set at 32m ADW Launcher Settings - Desktop Scrolling Speed set at 0 - Animated Drawer disabled - Fade App Labels disabled - Wallpaper Hack enabled - Orientation Sensor disabled - System Persistent enabled Spare Parts Settings - Window Animations set to Off - Transition Animations set to Off - Fancy Input Animations disabled With this combination of software and settings, I absolutely guarantee you will not find a faster experience on the original Droid. Unfortunately, if you prefer flashy effects and a little more "pop", you will not like this as it disables all these additional effects. I also know there are higher clocked and higher voltage kernels out there, but for the stability and speed, I have not found anything better. I've compared this to another rooted Droid and even a stock Droid and I have to say that this blows them out of the water.