There have been many people saying that if you overclock your Droid, to very high levels such as 1.2 GHz and above, that after a while the processor slows down.So if you ever want to run the CPU at stock, it will be slower than it was originally. Personally, I love overclocking and kind of take my Droid for granted as it will be replaced with something great maybe in two years. Overclocking has given me great experiences and made my phone as smooth as ever.When reverting back to regular, of course it feels slow, as it's like jumping into a pool of cold water. The processor is only 600 MHz, yet people have achieved 1.5 GHz (Jake's Kernel @ Alldroid.org) and 1.2 GHz by most people, which seems ridiculously unlikely, but Texus Instruments CPUs have revealed spectacular overclocking capabilities. On a desktop, taking an old Pententium 4 and setting it to run a 7 GHz sounds very unlikely, but that's about the aspect the OMAP is doing. Though the main problem in desktops is heat, overclockers are also introduced to instability before chance of damaging hardware. This brings my opinion to point, being the Droid can handle high overclocks without being effected by heat or instability, so why would the hardware get hurt? What are your opinions? Will overclocking this high damage hardware making it so you need a higher clock to achieve performance before? I don't really think so, but my friends and family surely do. Reasoning please .