Ok, one issue that may present itself later on as the batteries get older is the fact the profile in batterystats.bin will be built off of combined data. Which means if one battery starts getting weaker sooner, the OS will try to report the drainage based on the overall profile until it does a full battery check. This will show up as a sudden drop from say 60% full one second to showing 20% full the next. When you start to see that behavior, you may wish to delete batterystats.bin and let it rebuild with the new condition so you get a better idea of the drain rate. Most of the Gingerbread ROMs built straight from AOSP show the LED issue. A few ROM makers that go beyond AOSP have tried to fix the issue with varying degrees of success. If the LED and phone stability is important, I can highly recommend Sapphire 2.0.2 by cvpcs as a very stable Froyo 2.2 ROM. It has a very good set of extended features over AOSP built ROMs.